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DREAMY PHOTOGRAPHS ILLUMINATE LIFE IN DARK ARCTIC WINTERS [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2017-5-4 17:09:16 |Display all floors

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A frozen seal skin sits in sharp contrast to the white expanse of ice near Arctic Bay.



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Post time 2017-5-4 17:09:47 |Display all floors

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The skin of a ringed seal, stretched and dried, is in its first stages of softening. Women craft animal skins into clothing, tents, and sleeping bags—a highly valued skill in Inuit society.



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Darcy Enoogoo looks for seal breathing holes near Arctic Bay. Inuit rely heavily on traditional hunting, however warming temperatures are contributing to dangerous ice conditions and decreasing the length of the hunting season.



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A mosaic of frost crystals forms on the shoreline sea ice.



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An igloo blazes against the denim sky on winter solstice. While most people no longer use igloos, except for emergency shelters, many Inuit still know how to build them.



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The Big Dipper, made up of the seven brightest stars in Ursa Major, flickers over Arctic Bay. A beacon of our shared planet, the same asterism can be seen across North America, Asia, and Europe.



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