I photographed the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race for Fairbanks Daily News-miner last February, my second time on the trail.
Dogs and humans in the quest mush 1,000 miles between Fairbanks, Alaska, and Whitehorse Yukon, often traversing some of the most remote land in America through temperatures that frequently reach 50 below.
Here’s a link to galleries of all my shoots, which I would post here if I owned the rights.
My favorite gallery is from the half-way point of Dawson City.
Since I don’t actually own the copyrights to any of those photos, here’s a three-photo series of mushing photos I took at the Open North American Classic a few years ago as they mush through downtown Fairbanks.
Please forgive the dirty images, they are film scans that I didn’t take the time to clean in Photoshop.