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Hello! I live in central Canada and a small part of my work is to travel around the prairie provinces and the Arctic. I have always had an interest in photography and now that digital age is here, I can share what I see. I have a number of cameras that I use depending on where I go. I currently have a Canon T4I and a Canon G12. I am especially fond of the Canadian north after spending 10 years working in the Arctic in my younger days so many of the pictures are of the north.
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Hey P. Yes it is really boring as a passenger. I travel commercial as well and never look forward to it. The one great thing about First Air is the food and service. No one in Canada matches unless you fly first class. What's your line of work to take you up there? tim

Hi Konstantin. I think that parts of Russia have more severe and lengthy cold weather but not by much. I would say the average winter temperature is minus 35 Celcius. I have seen much colder with wind chills in the minus 60's but not very often. The wind always blows in the winter which makes it feel that much colder. I believe that the coldest windchill recorded was minus 89 in Kugaruuk Nunavut.

Hi Lizab! Thank you very much for your comments! Please do come back and visit again. Cheers from Winnipeg. Tim

Ah, this is flying like I like to fly. So much better up close and personal! We are so lucky to be able to do this but only 8 days per year sure goes by quick and a long wait to the next round!

I really liked it there too! It was hot and sunny and coming from the land of snow it was a wonderful change. I wish that I could have spent more than a week though as it goes by really fast! Take care. Tim

Taking shots straight up like that is definitely a challenge! Thank you and take care! Tim

Thank you Lizab! Have a great day. Tim'

Hey Bob! As long as I can hear them engines then I know things are going well! There are ships doing resupply all over the arctic to the communities for fuel and supplies. There have been no big tankers like on the oceans down south that I'm aware of. No companies have started to go through the Northwest passage commercially and Canada is still maintaining sovereignty so that probably has something to do with the why. Have a great weekend Tim

Hi Daniele! First off, thank you for visiting my gallery and I hope you come back again! Thank you for your comments as I have posted in the forum requesting that the moderators take action against this fellow. He sent a comment back today saying he doesn't care but that will be corrected. Have a great day! Cheers from Winnipeg. Tim

Maybe S. Carolina, sure isn't Nunavut.

No "hate" button so I'm stuck.

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