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Reader Sean L Taylor captured this intimate moment between a mother and calf as they sat beneath the sunset at Earthquake Park near Anchorage! Got moose pics? Share them in the comments below!
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Now there's an even easier way to submit your Where I Read Alaska photos! Your picture may even get chosen to be in our next edition of Alaska Magazine.

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Chris Marrano took this colorful photo off of Seward Highway this past Saturday. What do you think?
"Whether you’re a thrill-seeker who’s not afraid of heights or a day-tripping passenger searching for a more relaxed experience, Southeast Alaska delivers."

Daliah Singer delivers the ultimate guide to 5 top Alaska port cities. Amazing photography!

Once the Cruise Ship Docks | Alaska Magazine
How close would you get to a salmon-hungry brown bear in order to catch the fish and take the picture of a lifetime?

Jurassic Park | Alaska Magazine
It's perfectly acceptable to put this video on repeat. We can't get enough northern lights either!

Technicolour Alaska | Alaska Magazine
In this most recent installment of Russ Lumpkin's My View North column, Russ talks about childhood impressions of The Last Frontier through a television screen, and the chance to live the dream nearly 40 years later.

Free, Open Spaces | Alaska Magazine
Alaskans love to get outdoors in all seasons. Photos by Joanie ( captured this and says, "Winter biking across Portage Lake. Heaven!"
The video library is now up and running! Come check out some epic videos of what Alaska is all about. Enjoy!

This video features skier Zack Griffin as he carves up some of the most pristine powder and landscapes you could ever imagine.

Drop in with Zack Giffin in Alaska | Alaska Magazine
Wintery sunrise at 10:45 am in Eagle River valley. Photo by Brittney J Robles Photography (.
The setting sun casts shadows across Anchorage. Photo by Kirk Alkire of .
After a two-month absence, the sun is gradually returning to Eagle River Valley, reaching the valley floor a few minutes more each day. Photo by Colin Tyler Photography (.
Polar Lights Photography captured this cool aurora and moonlight photo last month in Fairbanks. (
Let's have a sunny, summery picture today! Brent Reynolds took this one about 160 miles north of the Arctic Circle at Galbraith Lake, which, he says, "is an excellent spot to camp and explore the immense landscape Alaska has to offer!" (
Emily Thiem and team were having a howling good time on turn 1 at the Tustemena 200 sled dog race Saturday morning in Kasilof. (Photo by Clint Pickarsky)
Here's a great feature for all of you aspiring photography buffs out there! This article features lots of useful info on how and where to shoot the images you've dreamt of—including several of the top photography workshops in Alaska.

Photography | Alaska Magazine
Please take our unscientific poll for the April issue: What wild Alaska foods have you eaten? Tell us about it briefly in the comments! Your story and/or photo might make its way into the print magazine. Like and share! (Photo of chives by Susan Sommer)
Seward and the stars at night over Resurrection Bay. Photo by Thomas Moore.