About the Book
A photographic journey of three local Alaskan residents on their annual 14-day moose hunt in the wild and rugged backcountry of our 49th state. This lay-flat book features creaseless panoramas stretching over 76 pages. From sweeping views of the tundra, to peaceful scenes of the snowcapped Alaska Range, to the raw ritual of a moose hunt - this photo book offers a glimpse into an Alaska that very few have the opportunity to see.
Ryan Duclos, a professional photographer of 20+ years, is grateful for the opportunity to share this Alaskan adventure with you. He is honored to have been a part of this family tradition of the Coreys, featured in this photo book. Furthermore, Ryan is grateful for this experience in helping him live his own family traditions—coming from generations of photographers that had their own Alaskan adventures documenting the Gold Rush in the historic Yukon Territory. From 1839 to 1936 the Desclaux’s were the largest known family of photographers in world. Their work is featured in the Alaska State Library. He is proud to carry on this family tradition in generations to come.