Posts Tagged ‘Denali National Park’
Denali National Park Road View Project
Denali National Park Road View Project

During the 2013 summer I created panoramic imagery of the 92.5 mile long Denali National Park Road similar to Google Street View, using a 360 degree camera system I made with four GoPro Hero3 Black Edition Cameras mounted on the roof of my 2012 Subaru Forester.

Wonder Lake Ranger Station Changes 1963 – 2012
Wonder Lake Ranger Station Changes 1963 - 2012

Repeat photo pair showing vegetation change between 1963 and 2012 at the Wonder Lake Ranger Station and Denali Park Road in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska.

Alaska Range Panorama Repeat Photography
Alaska Range Panorama Repeat Photography

This a video I put together using a panoramic repeat photo pair that I made last summer in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. The pair shows 95 years of change of the Polycrome Glaciers and the Alaska Range in Denali NP.

Polycrome Glacier Change, Denali NP
Polycrome Glacier Change, Denali NP

Repeat photography showing 95 years of melting of the Polycrome Glaciers in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. On June 26, 2011 Ron Karpilo repeated a photo taken near Polycrome Pass on July 18, 1916 by U.S. Geological Survey geologist Stephen Reid Capps.

2012 Denali National Park Repeat Photography
2012 Denali National Park Repeat Photography

This summer Lacy and I spent several weeks in Denali National Park working on a repeat photography project documenting changes in the park natural and cultural resources. Here’s a photo from one of our photo locations near Wonder Lake.

East Fork Toklat Repeat Photography
East Fork Toklat Repeat Photography

Here’s a sneak peek of one of the repeat photo pairs I created earlier this summer in Denali National Park, Alaska during my fieldwork for my Murie Science and Learning Center Fellowship S.R. Capps Project:

Stephen Reid Capps Project
Stephen Reid Capps Project

This summer I’m beginning work on a project reconstructing and mapping the 1916 and 1919 scientific field investigations of U.S. Geological Survey geologist Stephen Reid Capps in the Denali National Park and Preserve area of Alaska.

Denali National Park, Alaska
Denali National Park, Alaska

Mount McKinley from Stony Dome in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska.