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- 21September, 2016
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Sign for Badhusparken or Bath House Park, a beach park in central Sweden. A trail loops through the wooded area behind the beach. Along the trail there are numerous folk-art installations created by local residents. Most are visual jokes or have puns embedded in their titles.
This bald eagle was perched about half-way up a tall tree.
These Chiquita brand organic bananas, imported from Ecuador were available at the ICA Maxi Supermarket Ostersund in June, 2018. They were priced at 23 kr/kilo, or about $3.45 CAD/Kilo. In Edmonton, Alberta, at the same time, organic bananas could be purchased for about $2.00CAD/kilo.
Back view of a beaded leather dress jacket and cap by Evenki beadworker Semenova Polina Ivanova exhibited at the National Art Museum of The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) in Yakutsk on November 26, 2014.
This painting of black bears in fireweed by Dean E. Robertson is on the side of a building on Franklin Avenue in Yellowknife. The painting is dated 2005. It is one of many paintings and murals that are on the exteriors of buildings in Yellowknife.
These bear paw style snow shoes are displayed on the wall of a cabin in the Chena Indian Village on the north bank of the Chena River in Alaska. The log wall on which the snow shoes hang is chinked with moss.
We watched this beaver swim all the way to the north side of the lake to a stand of rushes.We were able to come close enough to see that it was eating on a poplar branch rather than the rushes. We could clearly see the beaver using its paws to hold the branch and also to push leaves and bark...
This fixed-wing turbo-prop aircraft is a regional passenger plane, operated Corvus Airlines under the name Ravn Alaska.
This market operates all winter at sub-zero temperatures, so the food products stay frozen.