Beginning about 40,000 years ago early man was recording their memories in cave paintings. Much later, he began to write poems and prose. But only in the past 100 years has it become possible for us to record and interpret the world around us through photography.

My wish is that these photographs will speak to you of the world as I have seen and experienced it.

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Sunday, August 2, 2015



The end of June and the first week of July, 2015, was a great month for our trip to the Wabakimi Wilderness in northern Ontario. With a group of 8 people and four canoes, after driving 500 miles north from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and then taking Via Rail Canada into the center of the wilderness, we spent a week canoeing in a arch north, west and then south through the preserve.  On the last day we were picked up by floatplane and returned to Armstrong Station, our starting point on Via Rail.

The trip was a change from our lives in the urban grid in Austin, Texas, and gave us a chance to once more experience life in a wilderness that has been little changed by man. We enjoyed star filled skies, unnamed lakes & streams, trees and spongy moss 6 inches deep, and moose and timber caribou. Wabakimi is one of the few true wildernesses remaining in North America.

Glen & Tracy Novinger-on an un-named river in Wabakimi

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