Sunday, November 3, 2013

Stunning Subarctic Photos

These photos were taken by photographer Dave Brosha in the subarctic. It was more than ten years ago when he and his wife moved in subarctic in search for an adventure. And they eventually fall in love with the beauty of the place. In taking photos of the place, he wanted to show the world that the subarctic is more than just a frigid world.

The artist is now residing in Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada. He is now more privy for remote and isolated places that are still untouched by human.

“The coldest day I ever had was 72-degrees Celsius below zero with the wind chill,” says Brosha, “I can’t count how many times I’ve gone out photographing in minus 40 or minus 50 degrees. It takes a special breed of person, I think, to live up here, but it’s one that grows on you very quickly. You experience lonely but fascinating conditions everyday, but it’s worth it when you look at what you capture. It’s beautiful.”

Photos © Dave Brosha's website ( )

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