Every Picture Tells A Story…
So it is with wilderness photography, every picture has a volume of interesting information; pre-historic and historical information from the perspective of both the First Nations Peoples, and how they view and live with the lands. Geological information about these places and how they were formed; Geographical info on why they are named as such; Wildlife Habitat data on the types of critters that occupy these lands, and finally; Anecdotal information and stories from the few locals who live, and work and play in these deeply remote, backcountry wilderness spaces.
Exploring these wilderness areas lay witness to a great number of breathtaking scenes. The overarching mission of this project is to provide an alternate window into the wilderness that allows others to experience this unique view of the world they may never otherwise have a chance to enjoy discovering for themselves. These experiences help to drive something new and meaningful – Planetary Awareness.
Please note that some images are interactive with location keys that identify various places within the scene. If so it is noted underneath the image, to turn them on you need only to mouse over the image and select the white arrow. Thanks so much and we hope you enjoy these stories and photographs, yeehaw!!
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