PDN Picture Story
September 24th, 2011
Sacred Headwaters, Sacred Journey
project is the featured picture story in the Sept. PDN.
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The subsistence life continues on the shores of Hudson Bay.
Todagin plateau is like a prairie heaved into the sky and is home to what is believed to be the largest herd of Stone's sheep in the world.
Meet Olive, the first woman in Canada to achieve the coveted Grand Slam -- the ultimate prize in the sheep hunting world for which you must kill one of all four mountain sheep species in North America. This is a major life achievement for those successful and is what drives some hunters to travel to Todagin Mt.
Stone's sheep walk in single file on one of the many sheep trails that etch the Todagin plateau.
Eulachon oil -- the payoff for the Nisga'a fishermen on the Nass River after over a month of punishing work.
New collaboration with Roy Henry Vickers -- first limited edition screen print available!
So happy to hear I was accepted into Review Santa Fe. Going to be an inspiring weekend of sharing images and ideas.
Nisga'a Fisheries researchers spend 7 hrs/day counting eulachon larvae to better understand this often ignored fish.
Clouds of gulls and rafts of sea lions chasing eulachon up the Nass R. were like a protein buffet for the Nisga'a.
Traffic jams in Nisga'a country involve coyotes.
Happy to share that the Salvation Fish project is now part of the Blue Earth Alliance family
Tied into the lifeline, dodging sketchy ice on the Nass River in search of salvation fish.
, where in BC are you?.
Honoured to be in top 25 nature photographers to follow on
© Paul Colangelo