A 40 year photo history

Nick had no formal training in photography. He simply enjoyed taking pictures in a place that was unique and which held so many contrasts, from glaciers to flowers, from hunting scenes to children playing. He sensed the rapid changes that were happening and wanted to record a culture which he found fascinating, a land which intrigued him and a people whom he respected and who made him feel welcome. The photographs are not always as crisp as those that digital cameras can now offer but they are presented as a forty-year record of Inuit during a critical time of change in their history.

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The pictures are grouped in ten chapters, each with sections and sub-sections, each photo laid out in thumbnail format with the relevant information beside each image.