With Nunavut's much shorter summer than the one I've been enjoying in the Yukon - at similar latitudes - there is a sense of urgency to take in the sun, be outside, participate. Here are a few impressions of the landscapes and town. (Simply click on an image to see it in larger slide show mode.)
|The big top flew the Pride flag for the first time. It was a much|
appreciated gesture after the Orlando massacre in Florida.
|A stunning sunrise around 2:00 am. The nights don't get |
dark this time of year, as the sun merely dips below the
horizon for a short while.
|Panorama over the Road to Nowhere toward Frobisher Bay|
|The draw of the Big Top after the Canada Day Parade|
|Dynamic skies over the tundra beach at Frobisher Bay.|
|Frobisher Bay panorama showing the ice breaking up. The first icebreaker of the season was expected within a few days,|
clearing the way for the all important Sealift later in July.
|Beautiful light around 2 in the morning.|