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See How Dog Sledding Helped This Photographer Get Her Spark Back | Short Film Showcase ctm magazine



Photojournalist Katie Orlinsky travels the world to document the everyday lives of people in extreme situations. In this thoughtful short film by Erin Sanger, Orlinsky travels to the Alaskan wilderness to document female musher Kristen Knight Pace prepare for her first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Armed with determination and her lens, Orlinsky takes on the elements while exploring her own professional and personal limits.
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See more of National Geographic photographer Katie Orlinsky’s work in Climate “Change Is Rerouting World-Famous Sled Dog Race,” “Capturing the Yukon Quest in -50°, Sourtoe Cocktail in Hand,” and “Photographing a Story That Changes Before Your Eyes.”
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/proof/2017/03/iditarod-alaska-sled-dog-race/
http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/03/capturing-the-yukon-quest-in-50-sourtoe-cocktail-in-hand/
http://proof.nationalgeographic.com/2015/07/08/photographing-a-story-that-changes-before-your-eyes/

Produced as part of the ActuallySheCan film series: https://www.actuallyshecan.com/filmseries

See more from Katie Orlinsky: http://www.katieorlinsky.com/

Follow Erin Sanger: http://www.erinsanger.com/

See How Dog Sledding Helped This Photographer Get Her Spark Back | Short Film Showcase

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25 Comments

  • Cassandra on December 16, 2017

    THIS VIDEO IS BEAUTIFUL

  • Keshar Khadka Punwar on December 16, 2017

    Great!
    Good luck&Best of Wishes!
    Hail! Nepal!!!

  • Christof Yeram Sanchez Montes on December 16, 2017

    h

  • dml505 on December 16, 2017

    love love love this story

  • Arman M on December 16, 2017

    Lovely

  • Piotr Szmyt on December 16, 2017

    This video is very inspiring and gives an example how you can find happiness in extreme conditions. After watching this video I somehow feel stupid about complaining about my current life. It's sad that comment section is more concerned about 'Canadagoose' than about the true message that this video is trying to convey.

    I think Kristen Knight Pace will feel very sad if it turns out that most comments will be more about animal cruelty than about her struggle, achievements and impact on viewers.

  • Joe White on December 16, 2017

    Thank you for this, so inspiring on both sides of the story

  • Dmitry Ledneff on December 16, 2017

    Nice dogs and amazing story.

  • PantsB4Squares on December 16, 2017

    Vice principle strong women

  • Fresh_Water on December 16, 2017

    This is perfect because I'm playing Dog Sled Saga :p

  • Taylor L Winter on December 16, 2017

    Beautifully incredible

  • D S P on December 16, 2017

    She created a beautiful picture. Woww so amazing 😱

  • Roberto benedito ismael on December 17, 2017

    Créditos

  • Sarin Stanly on December 17, 2017

    Wonderfull. ✌

  • Robin Laurence on December 17, 2017

    Love this!

  • isaac mendoza on December 17, 2017

    How do those dogs survive on -60?

  • 3ddabChannels on December 17, 2017

    Thank you National Geographic for giving us this kind of high quality short film . It gives us a hope and giving me a new life to consider.
    Thank you and please keep what your are doing because the world need this.

  • Stacy Krett on December 18, 2017

    Bravo!

  • Mama Pachuau on August 26, 2018

    This is deep.. I can feel it, story 👍👍👍👍 things are always better with dogs

  • Christine Atkinson on January 16, 2020

    Before I thought, this looks interesting. I'm gonna enter the race one day. Til I see exactly the PLIGHT of what those lil puppies go through. And to WIN a Race. NO WAY. I'd rather have a small sled team to do practical things, like go to grocery store on small trecks for practical reasons. Not using any vehicle so as to ruin environment. Weather permitting, because they'd have to be outside sedintary while I was inside shopping (I'd plan my list in advance n make it quick as possible too), so as not to be so uncomfortable for them.

  • Victor Nguyen on February 4, 2020

    So AWESOME!

  • Nathan Wilson on February 7, 2020

    Thank you out there photographers. You guys are artists. Jesus Christ be with you friends.😊

  • Shelby Indiana Jones on September 7, 2020

    i have 2 huskies i love so much. such sweet dogs. thank you for this wonderful film ! good luck to Kristen and beautiful photos Katie.

  • connorwr10 on September 29, 2020

    Did they only run this with 12/16 dogs? That seems like a huge disadvantage

  • Hugo Velasco on December 8, 2021

    Felicidades por hacer lo que más te gusta y apasiona gracias por compartir tus aventuras

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