These are some more fine images from the northern regions of Canada. We are continually searching for photos that depict life in the Arctic north of our beloved frontier town Churchill. The sky is a predominant, prevailing feature in these windows into the desolate yet magnificent world of Arctic life. We must cherish these glimpses into life in this region. No place on Earth can compare to the rawness of the north country...we continue to be blown away by the stark beauty!
These beautiful photos depicting Arctic life are an inside look to this mysterious nether region of our planet. Life in the north found in its simplest expressions often provide us continuous wonder at the scenes and people as they interact with others and their wild environment. Looking forward to more images of Arctic life!
A short video clip by National Geographic documenting springtime for beluga whales in the north. Belugas migrate south in the spring from the Hudson Straits to the estuaries of the Hudson Bay. Thousands of belugas make the trip to the warmer waters and shallow, gravelly rivers to give birth, nurture young and gorge on capelin and other plentiful marine organisms. There’s no other time like spring and summer in the Churchill region. Life is bursting from the tundra and the sea and rivers. What an amazing time to experience the northern web of life…Arctic style!