In this photographic essay, John Bockstoce presents vivid images from four decades of sailing, researching, and photographing in the Arctic. He has journeyed in Alaska and the North Pacific, the Canadian Arctic, and the North Atlantic. His photographs convey his passion for the stark solitude of land, sky, water, and ice, his admiration for the lives and livelihoods of the Arctic's inhabitants, and his fascination with the haunting traces of a fragile human presence in the Far North.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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