Earlier this month my brother and I respectively left the urban jungles of Toronto and Ottawa to embark upon a ‘trip of a lifetime’ in Canada’s High Arctic waters. During our expedition through the vast and barren Canadian Territories of Nunavik and Nunavut we crossed the Arctic Circle at 66-32 North Latitude. Crossing the Arctic Circle by sea was a total rush that touched my cool skin with a wave of excitement and warm feelings! With my camera in one hand, and a Champaign glass in the other, I toasted the all-inspiring moment under the blow of the ship’s deep sounding horn – a horn that powerfully resonated three times through the quietly still snow-capped fjords framing the experience. Over the next couple of days I will begin posting some of my pics from this trip of a lifetime, and use my blog to profile some neat stuff I learned about arctic wildlife, botany, landscape, and politics…
- My New Website is on the way!
- NPSIA Soirée, 2018
- McMillan Holiday Party | Ottawa
- MBA Games 2018
- MBA Games 2018 | With Paul and Raven Lacerte
- MBA Games 2018 | Keynote from The Right Honourable David Johnston
- Family Portraits | Autumn colours
- The Lantern Room | National Arts Centre
- Forillon National Park | Canada 150+
- First Minsters’ Meeting with the Premiers of Canada | Ottawa 2017
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