One of the best things about outdoor photography is that, while photographers may trek to the same gorgeous locations, season after season, year after year, their photos are completely different. Outdoor photographers capture not only the natural beauty of a breathtaking location, but also an emotion, a feeling — and a unique experience.

The following photos all come from the Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska, the first national park ever established for the sole purpose of conserving wildlife. It’s home to Mount McKinley — and a favorite destination for outdoor and nature photographers. And while all of these pictures were taken in the same place, they’re the work of seven individual photographers. As a result, you get seven very different takes on the same place.

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Photo by Jacob W. Frank for the National Park Service.
Photo by Tim Rains for the National Park Service
Photo by Tim Rains for the National Park Service
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Photo by Nathan Kostegian for the National Park Service
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Photo by Neil Blake for the National Park Service
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Photo by Alex Vanderstuyf for the National Park Service
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Photo by Katie Thoresen for the National Park Service
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Photo by Kent Miller for the National Park Service

Want more outdoor photography? Go outside with CreativeLive this summer, starting with Art Wolfe’s The Art of Nature Photography