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Stunning Photos of Alaska’s Four Seasons Photographed Through One Window

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“A meditation on one scene” is how Anchorage-based photographer Mark Meyer describes An Alaska Window, his collection of images he has been making for almost a year through the original sash windows with single pane glass in his 100-year-old log house. He tells us the windows are “terrible for energy efficiency in a climate like Alaska, but they tend to take on the character of the weather and can be quite striking. So I started a study in minimalism that explores the subtle and sometimes not so subtle changes throughout the year.” Wonderfully tranquil, Meyer’s windows are abstract in their beauty and nostalgic in their passage of time and season.

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Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

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Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

Mark_Meyer_Photography

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