This is Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes."  Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic Photo Sue Flood

Cold Places: pictures from the Poles

This is Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes." Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic Photo Sue Flood

The feeling of this is great. Mostly white and clean with the slight feeling of darkness encroaching in her face. (even though its her hair is feels like its almost taking her over.)

The feeling of this is great. Mostly white and clean with the slight feeling of darkness encroaching in her face. (even though its her hair is feels like its almost taking her over.)

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Inuit, Canada.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/glenbowmuseum/5669719669/in/photostream/lightbox/

Inuit, Canada. http://www.flickr.com/photos/glenbowmuseum/5669719669/in/photostream/lightbox/

An Inuit child from Arctic Bay in traditional Baffin Island dress. Nunavut, Canada from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

An Inuit child from Arctic Bay in traditional Baffin Island dress. Nunavut, Canada from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

Beauty | 美しさ | Beauté | Bellezza | красота | Humano | человек | 人間 | Humain | Human | Personnes | 人々 | People | люди | 顔 | Faces | лица | Visages | Facce | Eskimo woman

Beauty | 美しさ | Beauté | Bellezza | красота | Humano | человек | 人間 | Humain | Human | Personnes | 人々 | People | люди | 顔 | Faces | лица | Visages | Facce | Eskimo woman

BEAR by Isaaci Etidloi from Cape Dorset (Serpentine ; 8" x 7" x 3") ~ sculpture

BEAR by Isaaci Etidloi from Cape Dorset (Serpentine ; 8" x 7" x 3") ~ sculpture

Ivory and bone knife (Inuit, Canada) demonstrating damage to the ivory repaired with animal sinew (courtesy Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford)

Ivory and bone knife (Inuit, Canada) demonstrating damage to the ivory repaired with animal sinew (courtesy Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford)

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