Taloyoak means "caribou blind," referring to traditionally used stone piles used to corral caribou into hunting range.
An Arctic raven landing on a grave cross. (Photo by A. Balsom)
A siksik investigating passers-by. (Photo by A. Balsom)
A pond pretending to be a road. Thank goodness for All-Terrain Vehicles. (Photo by A. Balsom)
A trash can in a Spence Bay road. I don't understand it either, folks. (Photo by A. Balsom)