Just outside Wood Buffalo National Park, Northwest Territories, Canada
Photograph by Karl Johnston An aboriginal elder took us out to see an overhanging rocky cliff which overlooked the slave river. We went back to photograph it at night and I got some aurora and moonlight in this multi-shot panorama sequence.
Moonrise, Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada Photograph by Thomas Koidhis
Aurora Borealis over the Slave River, Northwest Territories, Canada Photograph by Karl Johnston
West of Hudson Bay in Canada’s Arctic, an enormous triangle of roadless tundra, twice the size of Alberta or Texas, stretches north to the polar sea and forms the largest single wilderness remaining in North America. Known as the Barren Lands or simply the Barrens, this gigantic piece of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut wasn’t […]
Vee Lake, outside Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada
Photograph by James MacKenzie A couple takes in the beauty of the Northern Lights over Vee Lake, outside Yellowknife in Canada’s Northwest Territories!
Trout River, Dehcho Region, Northwest Territories, Canada
Photograph by Karl Johnston There is a decent campground off the to the side of the falls that’s worth a look. We walked for a few minutes down the trail before feeling like we were in the middle of nowhere again. The trail was a bit slippery due to the rain, and at one point […]