I spent 12 days on an archipelago with a group of 11 people. We were the only ones on the main island, with the only transportation being canoes and our legs. There were no bathrooms or showers. 

This was the most liberating experience of my life.

Pictured is a caribou and hiding in the background are our canoes. The fog was wicked on this day, and those trees slay me every time.

Picture by Scott Moffatt

Forlorn gray wolf in northern Ontario, Canada. This female, caught in a padded leg hold trap, is about to recieve a gps satellite radio collar. The individuals movements and predation events will be monitored as part of a woodland caribou conservation project.