'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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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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