This majestic silver fox was captured on the tundra in Churchill, Manitoba. With the absence of polar bears around the area these winter days, we are always hoping to see the other awesome creatures that call this place home. This fox seems on alert knowing that all eyes are on him when in other months he would be just a supporting cast member. Enjoy.
This classic northern image of a warmly dressed child in Pangnirtung, Nunavut. The simplicity of life in the north forces us to consider how complex life becomes here in the lower hemispheres. Survival can be a wonderfully, freeing way of life and every day it’s a part of life for Inuit peoples.
Inuvik’s Annual Sunrise Festival marked the return of sunlight to the region following 30 days of darkness! This primordial annual celebration is an amazing time for hope in the souls of the inhabitants of this northern region. What a celebration of light in more ways than one!
So many photos we post on our site evoke the unique feel of the silence and space in the Arctic. This shot captured by Morris Neyelle in Deline, N.W.T..
A collection of winter activities and scenes from Churchill (Manitoba) captured on 16mm film. It’s pretty fun to look back at some of these vintage moments in time in the polar bear capital of the world!
What a cool moon shot over Inuvik, N.W.T. in the early afternoon. The light in the Arctic is like nowhere else on the planet and plays with the eye…especially in the winter. Every scene takes on an ethereal feel and presence that transcends time. Simplicity becomes an enigma as you travel north and above. Beautiful shot!