Alaska is one of my favourite wild places. It is impossible to come to grips with the dizzying vastness and the way the landscape changes so dramatically as you travel, the way the fall colours shift with the weather, or the way this wilderness can make you feel so small and insignificant.

Fall comes early in Alaska and explosions of red, yellow and orange stretch for miles. Flying over the 600-mile long Alaska Range in Denali National Park the textures and colours of the landscape are so much more defined and the sweeping paths of the glacier-carved valleys seem to move and curve of their own accord.
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