Natural landscapes: the rich and barren land

CAIRN AND COLOUR ON THE ARCTIC TUNDRA, NEAR BAKER LAKE, NUNAVUT

During a 2019 visit to this remote and fascinating place, I had time to roam around the rocky, treeless (and I mean that literally!) landscape to search out quietly compelling scenes like this. The Baker Lake region is a land of endless lakes, ponds and rocks, so unlike anything I’d experienced before or since.
Nikon D7100, polarizing filter

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