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Northern Light- Part I: An Expedition Into The Yukon's Peel Watershed
The mountain ranges of the Yukon's Peel Watershed are not all about drama and majesty. If you look closer, you will find an inexhaustible tapestry of textures, shapes and patterns. When we flew over this particular high lying mountain valley, I was struck by the deep veins the pristine rivers drew through the spotlit tundra, all of it bordering on towering black, ominous mountain ranges.
Northern Light - Part II: An Expedition Into The Yukon's Peel Watershed
I hope you enjoyed part 1 of my report on our unforgettable expedition into the Peel Watershed, in Canada's Yukon Territory. In my previous post I showed you some of the images I had taken, and today I would like to share with you the excellent aerial images taken by my group members as we flew over the Peel Watershed to our backcountry camping destination deep in the Peel.
FROZEN BEAUTIES: PHOTOGRAPHING THE WINTER LANDSCAPE
As old man winter is rattling on your front door and windows, howling for attention, and marking his visit by covering your driveway with an “I was here” memento, you may well be inclined to hibernate until the weather is more conducive to photography. After all, what is there to photograph on a flat, snow covered surface? Well, actually, tons. In fact, you may even have the admirers of your photographs believe you traveled to far away places in the deep arctic, capturing gigantic ice and snow formations that don’t exist “back home.”