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Brian Adams' best photograph: three men in an Inuit steam house

'Many Inuit villages don't have running water so most homes have a steam house. They go in and just sweat it out'This was taken in Quinhagak, Alaska, in 2015. I was documenting daily Inuit life. The idea was to travel from Quinhagak, on the south-western coast, to Utqiagvik [formerly Barrow] way up in the north, then across to the Canadian border in the east. I'm from Alaska and have been working as a photographer across the state since I was 20. I had a bank of images in my mind I knew had never been shot. I had never seen, for example, a contemporary photograph of Alaskans in a steam house. But I didn't expect to get a shot of three men sitting in one right off the bat.When I walked past, I just waved. They said, "Hey!" and I kept walking. I thought there was no way they were going to say yes to a photo. But I realised if I didn't go back and ask, I would regret it for the rest of my life. And they said: "Yeah, go ahead." The men - from left, Robert White, William Sharp and John Sharp - were laughing, but I was mostly in shock, since they were so cool with it. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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