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Paddling through the foam came with a dampening of all sound, a quieting of the waves, the cries of the gulls and the sound of our own heartbeats. Photo from #roadlesscoastredux paddler Marc Mahoney.
At a camp not far from Robson Bight... this guy wasn't much larger than my hand, watching me clean the dishes from his perch on a nearby piece of driftwood. Johnstone Strait, BC.
The Ikkatsu Project is proud of the company it keeps; the dedicated support of these companies and organizations help make our continuing expeditions and field work possible.
The Cutting Room Floor
As photographs and video get picked over and edited there are the inevitable items that didn't get chosen, that end up not being used for anything. You'll find them here...
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Petroglyph. Wrangell, Alaska. July 2017
Congressman Derek Kilmer doesn't understand the appeal of a 14-ton inflatable plastic duck either.
Like another world... Just past the pounding breakers, between a few rocks and opening into a green paradise.