|Medium:||Pigment Ink Photograph|
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|13"x 19"||18"x 24"||$400.00|
About the Image
Totem poles are common in Alaska and there were quite a few scattered about in Fairbanks where we lived for 30 years. These faces happened to be facing north so in the winter the sun never hit them. After several days when the low at night is -42 and the high during the day is -40, frost builds up on objects like these and just stays there until it warms up. These images were made with a Canon F1 camera, Canon 15mm “Fisheye” rectilinear lens and 35mm transparency film.
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