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[ Tue, 2009-12-15 16:20 ]
B.C.-based photographer presents a 24-hour timelapse photo series from the summit of Whistler Mountain. The results are simply awesome.

Up in the colder parts of the world, like the Arctic Circle, there aren't a whole lot of landmarks, no street signs or even old tree stumps to serve as landmarks or help guide travelers. So the natives long ago took to building stone landmarks or cairns called inukshuks.

Fast Lenses


Photography, a contemplative pursuit, may seem an unlikely hobby for a group of hard-charging ski racers.

On Exhibit: The Images of Myriam Lang-Willar


Big mountains and monster hucks - captured by one of the world's top shooters.

Eileen Benjamin


The second Eileen Benjamin picks up her camera, she envisions the final product.

Behind the Photo Annual: Mattias Fredriksson

Competition shoots the, um, photos with SKIING photog Mattias Fredriksson.

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