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Returning from Fort Smith, NWT

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Last week I spent some time in Fort Smith, NWT. If you follow my blog you will know I was there for a regional Skills Canada/NWT competition. I flew down on Sunday evening and took the road back with the Executive Director of Skills NWT, Jan Fullerton. We didn’t see any wildlife for the entire trip (with the exception of two Spruce Grouse) and I really expected to see something. We did stop quite a bit to take pictures and the conversation was great. We actually spent about an hour in Fort Smith before we left and we got a few images there. We also, took a slight detour and went into the community of Kakisa. We even ventured down to the bank of the Kakisa River. So, it was a great trip. Here are some images of what I saw. The first is looking toward the mist and morning fog of the Rapids of the Drowned in Fort Smith, the second is one of the friendly Spruce Grouse and finally the third is a black and white from the Kakisa River. I hope you enjoy the images, thanks for being here and as always Happy Shooting.



Written by leesacrey

March 14, 2011 at 7:00 AM

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  1. Been following your blog Lee..your pics are awesome!!

    Deanne Perry

    March 14, 2011 at 8:06 AM

  2. i love the black and White pic.

    loretta Beck

    March 14, 2011 at 5:42 PM

  3. Lee, that first shot is stunning! Love the effect of the fog. The B+W is also a great shot. Nice comp!


    March 25, 2011 at 6:34 AM

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