This week was a special mix of satisfaction, surprise and anger.
First I went for a walk at 23h30 and was in awe under the sky still lit, helped by some Aurora Borealis. Then the next day, I saw the Inuit version of “The Hockey Night in Canada” as young boys were playing in the streets despite the ferocious cold wind.
The anger came with a letter from Getty Images wich I describe in a precedent post.
After having spent most of the week-end questioning myself about the Getty Issue and decided to fight back, I went on a walk without any other goal than observing and exploring, as I often do. I stumbled upon this little Inuk, who couldn’t wait any longer to make sand castle. A few feet away, the sea ice was still covering part of the bay, although it was shattered and flowing slowly to the Ungava.
Wanting to see how much ice was left, I did climb a nearby mountain and walked over to the big bay. Here’re a few pictures from the week, a daily chronicle, and from this climb. Although summer seems a long way, the small boy on the beach was already in his summer play. No more time to waste.
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