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Kicking it in Kincaid [GALLERY]

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I’ve gone to Kincaid Park more times than I can think of and I’ve still probably only seen maybe ten percent of it. Within the municipality’s boundaries it’s hands down my favorite park – such a range of views, trees, trails.
On this trip I decided to take a different route. Since the snow is finally gone I went down one of the ski trails off of the soccer pitch. Check’em out – enjoy.
This photo series is part of a year long adventure to take photos at all of Anchorage’s many parks and trails… I doubt we’ll succeed but we’ll have a ball trying. The end project will be compiled as one of the first Alaska Commons photo books.
So please send us an e-mail, post on facebook, or comment here which park you’d like me or any of our other photographers to take photos at.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Zack………..These pictures are magnificent ! Just read your bio. Very impressive. Thanks for including Alaska amongst your interests. The concept of parks, nature, an Alaska Commons book could have major impact in Alaska and lower 48 and internationally. A tree in Kincaid does “belong” to everyone…it is beauty for all. Thank you.

    • Thanks for the kind words, karen – That’s my hope for the project – inspire other growing municipalities to make more green spaces for places of community gathering, places to get away from people and just so that people don’t have to travel to see (and appreciate) a tree.