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Archive for July, 2016
Stanley, Idaho: Middle Fork of the Salmon
Stanley, Idaho: Middle Fork of the Salmon

The Middle Fork’s whitewater offers little room for error. Wood is both light and agile but the Middle Fork is checkered with rocks and Al knows that drift boats have a brief life expectancy. When a quarter inch of plywood is all that stands between a granite boulder and a cold swim, a collision that will simply scuff the bottom of a rubber raft will sink a drift boat. Even a glancing blow from one of ten thousand submerged growlers will splinter the Sapeli.

Amazing Argentina: Doves, Trout, Tango and Polo
Amazing Argentina: Doves, Trout, Tango and Polo

West of Cordoba, Argentina, flight feather quickly joins another until billions gather in a deep whir that quickly grows to approximate the distant drumming of a diesel generator. Estimated at between twenty and fifty million birds, Zenaida Auriculata is on the move.