LS.0011-00Raised tracks in the snow after a storm. Most storms in the Ford Ranges come in with strong winds, which drift piles of snow up around camps. The end of the storm is often marked by a wind shift, which in this case eroded the storm drifts away, leaving only these hardened footprints.
LS.0015-00Bryn Clark checking out grizzly tracks on the tidal flats in Gustavus, just outside Glacier Bay National Park. The Fairweather Range is in the background. Alaska.
CR.0064-25Cree hunter wearing snow shoes to aid his walking leaves dramatic footprints. Quebec, Canada.
CR.0064-32Cree hunter wearing snow shoes on a hunting trip on Lake Bourinot. Quebec, Canada.