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N 276 B 6.4K C 44 E Oct 27, 2017 F Oct 27, 2017
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An aquamarine waterfall on the pristine Koroc River,
Kuururjuaq, Nunavik, Canada

Photo taken July 2017

Camera: Olympus EM5 MkII

Lens: Olympus 12-40/2.8

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Tags:   Qurlutuarjuq Falls Koroc-River Kuururjuaq Nunavik Canada Aquamarine Pura Aqua Pura-Aqua landscape nature river waterfall pristine flow mountains Torngat_mountains Eden_Bromfield

N 221 B 3.5K C 49 E Dec 18, 2019 F Dec 18, 2019
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Deep in sleep, a polar bear is oblivious to its surroundings.

Sea ice near Bylot Island, Nunavut, Canada

Photograph taken May 2019

Camera: Olympus EM5 MkII

Lens: Olympus 12-200mm F3.5-6.3

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Tags:   Polar bear sea ice Floe edge sleep dream Nature wildlife Canada Nunavut Bylot Island

N 252 B 4.0K C 45 E Oct 29, 2019 F Oct 29, 2019
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The mushrooms in the photo were found in the high altitude tundra in the Yukon Territory, Canada. They are possibly Russula emetica which is a colourful but inedible fungus, otherwise known as the "vomiting Russula" .
Russula species are thought to be mycorrhizal.
In other words they form a beneficial (mutualistic) association with the roots of woody and herbaceous plants. The fungus facilitates the uptake of nutrients (particularly phosphates) by plant roots. In return the fungus receives sugars (energy) from the plant.

For more information see:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russula_emetica

Photo taken August 2019, Yukon, Canada.

Camera: Olypus EM5 MkII

Lens: Meyer Optik Görlitz Oreston 50/1.8 (1960's twin zebra version; M42)


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Tags:   Russula emetica Eden Bromfield Russula Mushroom tundra Yukon Canada mycorrhizal Nature Mycology Fungus

N 337 B 4.2K C 55 E Oct 3, 2019 F Oct 2, 2019
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The arctic sun has its way with remnants of a once mighty iceberg that became grounded in the coastal waters of Bylot Island (mountains of the island can be seen on the right) and then became locked in sea ice. The distant mountains of the northern tip of Baffin Island can be seen on the left.
Iceberg remnants such as the one in the photo serve as a source of fresh water when camping out on the sea ice.

Photo taken, May 2019.
Iceberg remnants and sea ice near Bylot Island, Nunavut, Canada.

Camera: Olympus EM5 MKII

Lens: Olympus 8/1.8

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Tags:   Nunavut Bylot Island Arctic iceberg iceberg remnants Eden Bromfield Baffin Island sea ice Ice Sun Landscape Canada mountains snow

N 380 B 4.6K C 80 E Sep 30, 2019 F Sep 30, 2019
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A magic moment in a remote part of east Greenland as evening sunlight bathes carpets of dwarf fireweed flowers (Chamaenerion latifolium) in a warm glow.
Dwarf fireweed is the national flower of Greenland and is called niviarsiaq, meaning young girl.

Photo taken on a kayaking expedition, east Greenland, July 2019

Camera: Olympus EM5 MkII

Lens: Olympus 8/1.8

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Tags:   east Greenland Eden Bromfield Chamaenerion latifolium arctic Greenland wild flowers landscape nature dwarf fireweed evening sunlight niviarsiaq national flower mountains ice flowers


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