Visions of the North

Here are six stunning images from the north country in the Arctic. From polar bears to permafrost to unreal sunsets, the Arctic provides exhilarating experiences for all captured in photos forever. The diversity portrayed is dynamic and truly unique to that region. Similar to the wild feel of Churchill, as we travel further north the surprises are never-ending and unpredictable. Light plays such a role in these images and each one has some aspect that distinguishes it from others. Looking forward to discovering more incredible shots in the coming months. Enjoy!







Sea North Beluga Spyhop

Beluga whales in the Churchill River.

Baby beluga pops out of the Churchill River just in time for this selfie. Jossum McLean photo.

Beluga whale action in the Churchill River and Hudson Bay is ramping up with incredible photo opportunities happening on a daily basis! This image from Sea North Tours guide Jossum McLean is a rare look at a beluga baby spy-hopping out of the water to get a look at the zodiac and passengers. As a guide in Churchill Summer season for over ten years, I rarely was able to time this phenomenon and capture the moment with my camera. What an amazing shot from Churchill!

Polar Bears in Churchill

Polar bears in Churchill

Polar bear family on the rocks in Churchill. Don Walkoski photo.


Polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba

A polar bear mom watches over her grappling cubs in Churchill. Don Walkoski photo.


Polar bear family in Churchill.

A polar bear family relaxes in the grass by the Hudson Bay in Churchill. Dorota Walkoski photo.

These three polar bear shots come to us from Great White Bear Tours in Churchill! Polar bears are roaming the tundra and ready to wait it out until polar bear season starts in October. Churchill in the summer is one of the most unique places to experience nature on the planet. Add in the thrill of seeing polar bears without the throngs of travelers in polar bear season and the opportunity to discover the wonders of Arctic nature.


Pin It on Pinterest