Natural landscapes: the hard northern life

CARIBOU ANTLERS NEAR BAKER LAKE, NUNAVUT

During a work trip to this remote Canadian territory, we visited a friend’s cabin and that’s where I found these antlers. Instantly realizing the photographic possibilities, I used them in a half-dozen compositions. This is one I especially like because it shows the remarkable Arctic landscape – rock, muskeg, lakes and not even one tree.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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