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View from the Port Lands Bridge


i know this is going to break the page. sorry. the big overgrown area to the right of the canal is the former site of toronto's "tent city", a sprawling camp of homeless that was torn down a few years...

View from the Port Lands Bridge

Kangirsujuaq, QC


Kangirsujuaq, QC is brought to you by: EvilGentleman and others

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Natural Ice Sculpture of Goose

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Thursday, June 1st, 2006


Kangirsujuaq II

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Thursday, June 1st, 2006


Passing Airliner Triggers Wonder in Arctic

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Sunday, February 26th, 2006


Hover Scrap

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Saturday, February 25th, 2006


Igloo Construction

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Wednesday, February 15th, 2006


Shaping the Last Igloo Piece

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Wednesday, February 15th, 2006


Arctic Creatures, Part II

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Wednesday, February 15th, 2006


Dice Balancing

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Monday, February 13th, 2006


Ice Cubes and Seaweed

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Friday, February 10th, 2006


Arctic Landscapes II

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Thursday, February 9th, 2006


Kangirsujuaq

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC
Tuesday, February 7th, 2006


 

Natural Ice Sculpture of Goose

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC


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Sea ice, wind and tides worked together to sculpt this natural ice formation that looks like a goose taking off. Taken July 15, 2005 in Kangirsujuaq.


Kangirsujuaq II

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC


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These are some pictures I took around 3:00 one morning last July as the sun was coming up. This set of photos is part of my series on Kangirsujuaq. This rainbow was one of the few I had seen where the full arc was visible. Here you can see some of the ice scattered around the beach at low tide. Coloured light and semi-translucent ice, two of my favourite photographic elements. Note my old neighbour's house, which is visible through the hole in the ice. The end of the rainbow as seen through a hole in the beached sea ice.


Passing Airliner Triggers Wonder in Arctic

author: EvilGentleman : Kangirsujuaq, QC


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Sometimes, life in the Arctic can be very frustrating. The prices of everything are usually on the edge of insanity, many things that are taken for granted in urban areas simply do not exist there, and the winters are 8 or 9 months long, and often bitterly cold. But worst of all, can be the sense of isolation, of being cut off from the rest of the world, due to the remote locations of Arctic villages. And with no roads and a plane ticket to the nearest city ususally costing around $2000 to $3000, trips to the city can be...



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from the archives

There Are Many Rectangles in Chelsea


There Are Many Rectangles in Chelsea

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Apkujeong


Nothing like your very own opium garden for making tea.

Apkujeong

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Cinque Terre


The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all encapsulated in the Cinque Terre national park. The Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Amazing fact is the Urban system those villages has been built ! מוטי...

Cinque Terre