Photos from the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska’s arctic

An affair with clouds

“There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds.” G. K. Chesterton My growing affinity for something as intangible and transient as clouds is the result of years of treading the land and looking up. The magic and art of the sky is ever changing, fleeting, ominous, lovely and at times simply…

National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska Gallery

This last June marked my second visit to the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska, a monstrous 23 million acre area on Alaska’s north slope. It was originally set aside by president Harding as an emergency oil supply for the US Navy.¬† The average person knows little about the region, and it is huge. Some consider…