'Forty Below - Traditional Life in The Arctic'

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Here is a selection of some of the images used in the 'Forty Below' book.

Information on 'Forty Below'

Aakuainuk, dressed in traditional caribou skin clothing, travels by dog sled on a winter hunt. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1990

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Tatigat,an inuk, pulls aside the snow brick over the igloo door at dusk. Igloolik. Nunavut. Canada

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Moonlit Iceberg taken at midday during the polar night. Ice polished by the wind. N.W. Greenland.

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Inuit hunter Jakob jumps a lead in summer sea ice. His huskies will follow. Qeqertat, NW Greenland.

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Dramatic Asperatus cloud formation as a storm brews at dawn over Inglefield Bay. Northwest Greenland.

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Chukchi hunters travelling from Uelen to Dezhnovka by dog sled on a windy November day. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia.

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Grisha Rahtyn, a Chukchi reindeer herder, leading two of his draught animals. Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia

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Grisha Rahtyn, a Chukchi reindeer herder, iced up at -30 C after working with his reindeer during the winter.Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia

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Vitya Nutetgevev, a young Chukchi reindeer herder stands in the doorway of a Yaranga (traditional tent). Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia

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A Chukchi man driving a herd of reindeer along a ridge near their winter pastures on the Chukotskiy Peninsula. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia

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At mealtime in their Yaranga, Chukchi reindeer herders, Grisha Rahtyn & Natasha Nomro, share a bowl of hot reindeer stew. Chukotskiy Peninsula, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.

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When thrown into cold air at minus 53 degrees Celsius boiling water explodes into vapour & ice. This is because boiling water is close to a gas and breaks into tiny droplets that can freeze at once. Siberia, Russia

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Herders and their reindeer travelling across the tundra in Khanty Mansiysk, W. Siberia, Russia

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Sun rises behind reindeer skin tents at a winter camp of a group of Nenets herders. Yamal. Siberia.

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Nenets woman leads a train of reindeer sleds down the icy banks of the River Ob. Yamal, Siberia, Russia

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Inside a reindeer skin tent a Nenets mother comforts her baby. Yamal, Siberia, Russia

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Northern lights, Aurora borealis, over a Nenets reindeer herders camp. Yamal Peninsula, W.Siberia, Russia

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Dark clouds gather behind a reindeer herder's tent as a Khanty woman hangs up her washing to dry at a camp in the Polar Ural Mountains. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia.

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Khanty women in traditional dress at a Spring festival in the village of Pitlyar. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia

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Nenya Vanuito, a young Nenets girl, wearing a traditional hat with fur trim at a winter camp near Tambey. Yamal Peninsula, Western Siberia, Russia.

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Nenets draught reindeer graze on sedges during a rest stop at the start of their autumn migration. Bovanenkovo. Yamal Peninsula. Siberia. Russia

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