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Photo Credits

Sally Luttmer

Top-of-page Banner, all pages
With caption "Land of Inuit", home page
With caption "Home of Natural Wonders", home page
Camping photo, Planning Your Adventure column, home page
Visitors exploring the island, with "Marble Island Today" section, history page
Rock outcropping, third photo, right column, geology page
Berries, fourth photo, left column, wildlife page
Visiting graves, Trail One: Deadman's Island, hiking trails page
Boat arriving, top of planning your adventure page

Web site images are part of her Vintage Vantagepoint photographs,
taken with a 1958 Asahi Pentax. Sally Luttmer say, "No automatic aids are utilized:
no filters, no light meter. The lens is standard for the camera: a 55 mm Takumar.
The vantagepoint is that of a photographer twenty-one years older than her camera.
Together they have viewed Canada's three oceans, and travelled the land between.
Some of that land includes the tundra of the Kivalliq Region, where they lived
for a number of years. The pictures reveal in some small measure
the awe the journey has evoked."

Ms. Luttmer, based in Calgary, has lived and traveled widely in
the Canadian North. An avid downhill and cross country skier, she retreats
to her isolated rustic cabin on the Red Deer River as often as possible.

Doug McLarty

Gravesite, top photo, history page
Top two photos, right column, geology page
Additional photographs of Marble Island

Nunavut Tourism

Polar bears, left column, wildlife page
Seal Lions, left column, wildlife page

Kivalliq Inuit Association

All other photos