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May 15, 2013

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KarenLR

Such beauty...like in a fairy tale.

Cozy Memories

What beautiful creatures ! And what amazing photos of them you're gifting us, thank you so much my friend ! I'm so glad you could do this memorable trip, and with T.
xoxo

Tamara

I already miss seeing caribou everywhere. Although I am happy to see Byron again...

kat

What a blessing these creatures are and how blessed they are to have you to love them and document them so beautifully! Thank you.

allison

Thanks for sharing your trip with us! Your photos make me want to plan a trip north. It looks so wonderful!

kerry

The reason they are disappearing in the north is that they are one spieces of animal that cannot adapt to a change in their environment. Mining and the oil sands have disrupted their migratory routes. It's good to see they are doing well here. Fogo is one place I would love to visit!

Nicole

I love the soft tones of their ragged winter fur.

Geninne

What a blessing to see those cuties up close! I want to kiss them in the nose :)

k

gorgeous creatures! I would so love to see them someday.

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