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  Anavilok Street, Kugluktuk, NU  

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Uploaded: 04/04/18 3:14 AM GMT
Anavilok Street, Kugluktuk, NU
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The western most community in Nunavut territory. Looking north towards the sea ice, all I can say is that it was below -30 deg C, so I wasn't out for long.

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::tigger3
04/04/18 10:31 AM GMT
I can feel the isolation of this community in your excellent capture. Looking at the homes, I wonder about insulation, in such harsh conditions. tigs=^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
.Dunstickin
04/04/18 11:21 AM GMT
They must be a hardy lot to live in this kind of environment!..
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.Mizteeq
04/04/18 12:30 AM GMT
I have visited a lot of the area around there. Although I am used to cold weather where I live...these areas are a 'different' kind of chill! .. more drier
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::questjester
04/04/18 12:40 AM GMT
Wow, this so reminds me of the northern villages in Alaska (Barrow comes to mind, in particular).

While beautiful, I don't think I could stand living in such a barren landscape, without trees, for any length of time.

I love that your photograph includes someone walking in a kuspuk. It adds a crucial human element to the otherwise frigid image.

Hope you wore a nice, warm pair of wool socks! :)
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.0930_23
04/04/18 5:54 PM GMT
Good shot from a place I will never get to visit.
Thanks for sharing.

TicK


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
.icedancer
04/06/18 9:57 PM GMT
Oh my, I can feel that temperature here, burrrrr - great depth and capture
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