Compelling Photographs Capture Climbers After Their Trek

Compelling Photographs Capture Climbers After Their Trek

A portrait series depicts the emotionally and physically ravaged mountain climbers moments after their grueling experience.

Kyana Gordon
  • 6 february 2012

Imagine how you would look after climbing Denali aka Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest mountain peak. Tim Remick’s photography series After: Portraits from Denali captures that experience with large format, close-up portraits. The twenty images featured in a show at the Anchorage Museum were taken over the course of two climbing seasons, with raw emotion as the common feature in each.

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