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David Arnold

The boy in Brad Washburn

Brad Washburn photographed Mount McKinley during one of his travels. He went to some of earth's most remote regions, recording his observations and sharing his discoveries. Brad Washburn photographed Mount McKinley during one of his travels. He went to some of earth's most remote regions, recording his observations and sharing his discoveries. (Bradford Washburn/Courtesy Panopticon Gallery, Boston/1977)
By David Arnold
January 15, 2007

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HE WAS a small man, well under 6 feet with never an ounce of extra fat tacked to his lithe mountaineer's frame. Every time our paths crossed I always wondered: How does this guy continue to wrap his arms around the planet? (Full article: 709 words)

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