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Photography: Sean Fitzgerald

Ted Turner’s Photo Safaris

He owns western acreage the size of small countries. And, boy, can you get some good shots on the media mogul’s conservation ranches.

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The Bear Creek School House is a warm place to go on a cold spring Saturday night. Photography: Thomas Lee

A Montana Schoolhouse Revisited

One room, no running water, no students in 70 years. But as photographer Thomas Lee shows, this schoolhouse in rural Montana still serves as the heart of a community.

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George Attla in his dog lot at his North Pole home in 1988. Photography: Jim Lavrakas/Anchorage Daily News

Spirit of the Wind

After living in hospitals for most of his teen years, George Attla was an outsider in his home village until he turned to dog sled racing.

READ MORE