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Showcase: July 2016
Night Climber and Yukon From The Alsek, as seen in the Showcase section of the July 2016 issue:
Night Climber by Tony Rowell
A rock climber and the Orion Nebula in the Buttermilk Range near the Eastern Sierra town of Bishop, California. See more of Rowell’s astrophotography in his article “Night Fantastic.”
Yukon From The Alsek by Josh Miller
“Rafting for days on end past sandbars and below towering peaks offers photographers opportunities to give a feeling of scale by including rafts in the foreground,” notes Miller in his article about rafting the Alsek River, “Whitewater Adventure.”