Photo Essay

 

Legacies 150: A Diverse Look at Canada’s Shared Journey

 •  June 30

Legacies 150 is a new National Film Board of Canada series of interactive photo and illustration essays reflecting on legacy and inheritance a...

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Photo Essay: At the Corner of Hope and Kenilworth

 •  September 25

The corner of Hope and Kenilworth Avenues is a tough area in the middle of a gritty part of the city of Hamilton, Ont., and it was this corner that...

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Photo Life Student Award 2015 Portfolio

 •  January 30

The first recipient of the Photo Life Student Award, Brandon Brookbank is a 22-year-old photographic artist born in Halifax, N.S. Brookbank was...

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Photo Essay: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Northeastern Alaska

 •  May 31

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern Alaska is the largest protected wilderness in North America with over 18 million acres....

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Photo Essay: Vagrant American White Pelican

 •  January 30

by Deric Perry © Deric Perry While out looking for a photo with a friend driving into Glen Ross on Sunday, December 8, in the afternoon we...

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Photo Essay: Intimate Experience With Nature

 •  November 29

by joSon © joSon Time and again as we struggle to express our innermost emotions, the all-too-human languages we’ve learned to depend on...

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Photo Essay: The Canadian

 •  October 1

by Jeff Friesen © Jeff Friesen There’s plenty of magic left to find in a country big enough to hide mountain ranges. Considering Canada is...

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Photo Essay: 100 Years 100 Faces of the Stampede

 •  May 24

by Jeff Cruz 100 Years 100 Faces of the Stampede was a ten-day journey in the summer of 2012 to find 100 interesting faces on the Calgary Stampede...

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Photo Essay: Day of the Owl

 •  April 1

by Martin Gregus Jr. © Martin Gregus Jr. The snowy owl migration is a spectacle rarely seen along the West Coast of British Columbia...

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Photo Essay: Day of the Owl

 •  March 27

by Martin Gregus Jr. © Martin Gregus Jr. The snowy owl migration is a spectacle rarely seen along the West Coast of British Columbia and...

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