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Palmela2011 Don Bain Exhibition
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Palmela2011: Donald Bain is staging an exhibition documenting his seven-week trip through Canada to the Arctic Ocean in Canada in fall 2010. He made this 14,000 kilometer trip alone, mostly camping in his van, and created 550 VR panoramas. In the course of this epic journey Don drove the entire thousand-mile Alaska Highway, traced the route of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush from Skagway on the coast of Alaska to Dawson City on the Yukon River, and followed the Alaskan Pipeline from the oilfields on the Arctic coast to the tanker terminal on Prince William Sound. He experienced starry nights, fall colors, glaciers, mines, lots of frontier history, and abundant wildlife. Don’s talk will tell the story of his long and often exciting trip, and introduce his exhibit of panoramic and other prints. He will tell how he waded across a pond and stood on a beaver dam to capture fall colors in the Chugach Mountains, how he drove the Dalton Highway to Deadhorse, 400 miles north of the Arctic Circle.

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