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- 336Campbell, Sandy
- 8Beaudreau, Diane, biologist, artist
- 3Alberta Aviation Museum
- 3Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre
- 3Ivanova, Semenova Polina
- 1Bergh, Arne - (Sculptor)
- 55Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 37Russia, St. Petersburg
- 21September, 2016
These vegetables were for sale in the city of Rovaniemi, Finland near the Arctic Circle in June 2018. Finnish grown onions cost 2.80 Euros/bunch, while Finnish grown honey turnips cost 4.00 Euros/bunch.
These strawberries were for sale at a table outside the K Supermarket in Rovaniemi, Finland in June 2018. The berries on the left are Finnish grown, while the smaller ones in the baskets on the right were grown in Sweden. The word "Ruosti" is an archaic word meaning "Swede". The Finnish...
This "kallrokt regnbagsfile hel" or cold smoked whole rainbow trout was grown and processed at the Bortnans Fjallvattenfisk fish farm and factory in Sweden and sold in Ostersund Sweden in June, 2018. Bortnans is 92km southwest of Ostersund. The price for the .652kg package was 142.79kr or...
This trap is held in Jamtli, the regional museum in Östersund, Sweden. The trap is designed to catch Storsjöodjur, a mythical snake-like creature which is said to inhabit the lake, Storsjön in central Sweden. The trap is a metal spring release trap, similar to a bear trap.
This rustic sculpture by Peter Jonsson is found in Badhusparken in central Sweden. The sculpture is a large head roughly carved from wood, placed on a low tree stump. On top of the head is a rusted gas lantern. The title Ljushuvud which translates \"Bright Person\" is a pun.
This commemorative medallion is attached to a large rock outside the entrance to the British Antarctic Survey headquarters at High Cross, Madingly Road, Cambridge, UK. The inscription reads: \" Headquarters, British Antarctic Survey was opened by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT, OM, 16th...
These nursery rhymes have been translated into Uummarmiutun and adapted to the biology of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in Canada's northwestern Arctic.Download
This book contains Uummarmiutun versions of three common nursery rhymes (Mary Had a Little Lamb, Itsy-Bitsy Spider, and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star). The rhymes have been translated and adapted. For example, because an Inuit child is more likely to have a dog than a lamb, the rhyme has been...
This sculpture stands outside the main building of the University of Oulu.
Shinny or pond hockey is an informal version of ice hockey. There are no rules. Many communities build small rinks where people can play a "pick-up" game. This one was a patch of cleared lake ice at the Wabamun town site boat launch.