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The Yupik people of Newtok, Alaska and over 100 other Arctic communities, will be forced into exile as rising sea and river levels drown their traditional village sites. For more see: www.guardian.co.uk/environment/interactive/2013/may/13/newtok-alaska-climate-change-refugees

Humpback whales feeding in Alaska. Photo by Scott Methvin Credits: OCEAN DEFENDER - Hawaii — with Eirletta Hollingsworth, Rah Francis O'Hara and Ana G. Biele. The majesty of these whales is breath taking.

Photo of Eskimo girl wearing an Alaskan Native headdress and kuspuk in Eagle River, Southcentral Alaska in Summer.

(Shaylene Spein, in front of food cashe, Kwethluk, Yup'ik village.) Clark Mishler - Photographer - Alaska, USA. He defines himself a visual anthropologist. The secret of portraits is to get the bare essentials, he says. If there's something in the background that's important to the subject then you can include it in the picture, otherwise you should discard it. He hopes his audience can experience through his work the feelings he experiences while he takes those same pictures.

Alaska Native dancing | Alaska Native Heritage Center

Trapper Creek, Alaska by hunterdayphoto

Proud Inupiaq girls from Northwest Arctic Alaska

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