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    Edit Photo Details Canoeing a Frozen Alaskan Lake   #landscape #ice #letsexplore #canoe #alaska #drone #adventure #aerial #travel #nature
    Sometimes the best part of life is confronting a "why?" and then doing it just to see what becomes of it. That was this day, when my buddy Klye and I decided to fly out to Inner Lake George. Apparently a while back, someone left a canoe, life jacket and paddles around the lake for anyone to use (which I have to say is a very Alaskan thing to do). We found it, and made something special of it. It has definitely gone through some damage and duct tape repair, so paddle at your own risk if you go!
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    Incredible aerial showing good composition, technique, and scale. Thank you for providing a bit of background as well. Your story makes me want to book a ticket to find this canoe and explore myself! Nice work, Toby.

    Lindsay Kuczera
    Digital Media Specialist, National Geographic Expeditions
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    Date Uploaded: May 24, 2017
    Location: Fort Richardson, Alaska, United States
    Copyright: © Toby Harriman
    Categories: Nature
    Assignments: Off the Beaten Path , A Spark of Genius
    Contests: 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year, 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year, 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year