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- 134Campbell, Sandy
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- 33Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 11Sculpture - Polar Regions
- 129Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 129Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
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Taking off to the south at 5:30 p.m. There is smoke on the horizon from the forest fires east of the City. To the left of the image is Frame Lake with Yellowknife's tallest buildings behind it. To the right is the Con Mine tower with its red top.
This rock is a chip from the oldest rock in the world, a crustal outcrop at Acasta River, Northwest Territories. It is 3.962 billion years old and is comprised of zircons, quartz, plagioclass fedlspars, biotite, hornblende, allanite, sphene, garnet, magnetite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite...
At Sámi Siida - Reindeer park and Sámi camp in the village of Jukkasjärvi in northern Sweden, there is a large permanent Sami tent with wooden entrance attached. This entry door to the tent is insulated with reindeer hide.
This willow over wire globe sculpture was located outside the entrance to the Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences, Rantavitikka Campus. The six protrusions at the top of the sculpture echo the symbol of the University, which can be partially seen on the glass of the entry behind the...
This gooseberry bush was growing close to the shore of Frame Lake. Gooseberries have traditionally been used as a food and contain vitamin C.
Across Scandinavia, high school graduates wear white caps as part of the celebration. In Sweden, the cap is white with a blue band and a black peak. For graduation celebrations, the local bakery in Märsta made cap-shaped cakes.