Monday, April 10, 2017

Alone

Miscellaneous
Water and Watersheds
Sustainability
Alaska
by Edward Hessler


The Atchley family—Romey, David, Sky and their dog, Charley—is the only family that lives in what they clearly regard as splendid isolation on the bank of the Nowitna River, Alaska. They've lived there for about 20 years.

The family keeps its own time, moving clock hands forward or backward depending on the light.

Photographer Ed Gold visited them in winter and shot some photographs of what this way of life is like.

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