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“The bones do not symbolize death to me, they are shapes that I enjoy. They please me.  And I have enjoyed them very much in relation to the sky.” - Georgia O’Keeffe. I was hoping to see the rivers of caribou that Farley Mowat describes in his book, People of the Deer. I saw mostly their sun-bleached bones and trails upon the land. Hope Bay, Nunavut.

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“The bones do not symbolize death to me, they are shapes that I enjoy. They please me. And I have enjoyed them very much in relation to the sky.” - Georgia O’Keeffe. I was hoping to see the rivers of caribou that Farley Mowat describes in his book, People of the Deer. I saw mostly their sun-bleached bones and trails upon the land. Hope Bay, Nunavut.

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