Turning back the time.

You might think during a long,  remote, Arctic river expedition, there would be plenty of time for reflection. There are moments, but when shooting and guiding they are all to short. The moments of reflection for me come in when I finally get to edit the photos from the trip.

Having been home for a month now, catching up with my family and work, doing long overdue chores and renovations, it is finally time to blog about my adventures. It also happens to be the 4th anniversary of my Dads passing. As he is always there and one of the reasons I get to do these things, the timing seems appropriate.

Thanks to all of those who traveled the wild arctic with me this year.

But most of all,

Thanks Dad.

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2 thoughts on “Turning back the time.

  1. Great shots Tyler! Your sons are the spitting image of you man and its VERY cool to c u with your Dad! There’s not a day goes by I don’t think of those two weeks on The Firth last summer, surrounded by the primal soul note of nature singing loud and clear, with all those fellow travellers from every point of the compass digging’ the magic of Canada’s North. You and the other guides ran that water with the skill of the river rats you are. And the food! Eggs motherfuckin’ Benny for breakfast! (And yes, the profanity was necessary!) Cooked in a ‘kitchen’ that was no more than a lean-to of driftwood, on a spit of rock and sand jutting into the Beaufort Sea. A righteous repast. It doesn’t get any better than that. Safe travels in Botswana and we’ll see you somewhere along the road bro. All the best to you and yours.

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