With his roots in skateboard photography, award-winning photographer and filmmaker Keith Ladzinski knows how to defy gravity—by climbing (and filming) spires in Antarctica, karst landscapes in China, and a wild jungle tower in French Polynesia. Now he is documenting the unparalleled beauty—as well as the effects of climate change—in America’s national parks.
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