Photos from K’áhbamı̨́ Túé (Colville Lake), Northwest Territories. March 7th and 8th, 2013. K’áhbamı̨́ Túé means ptarmigan (k'áhba) net (mı̨́) lake (túé). Dene people used to use nets to catch ptarmigan in the willows.
Frosty windows in the K’áhbamı̨́ Túé (Colville Lake) museum which is run by Bern Will Brown, a former Roman Catholic missionary who first came to the Northwest Territories in 1948. He has lived in Colville Lake since 1962, and is known for his photography and paintings. He is 92 years old.