Where’s Art? Episode 5 – Nunavik, Canada

July wrapped up with a trip to northern Canada; more specifically the Nunavik region of Quebec. We went in search of tundra wolves, however the changes in the environment and local wildlife meant there were none to be found.

Fortunately this is such a unique part of the world that other opportunities presented themselves. A family of foxes made themselves available for our group, and I was pleased we were able to spend a couple days photographing the musk ox that roam the landscape. They were on my list already as a subject I intended to capture for an upcoming book project, so it was a great opportunity to save myself a future trip. Lemons to lemonade!

One Response to “Where’s Art? Episode 5 – Nunavik, Canada”

  1. Gregory says:

    Art,
    I thoroughly enjoy the “Where’s Art?” part of the newsletter. It gives me great ideas of what to do in my photography endeavors. Thanks!

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