On a chilly May evening outside Haines Junction, Yukon, eight hikers march down a gravel road, their rubber boots crunching purposefully over the stones.
Padma Suramala glances at a box the size of a mini-fridge beside her desk. It’s labeled “fragile.” “Bones,” she says. “Human bones.”
Every year, we invite you to send in your best shots of the North--and with a plethora of photogenic places and faces to choose from, he results are stunning every time.
It’s 8 a.m. on the morning of the summer solstice and the Arctic Circle restaurant at Eagle Plains, Yukon, is at the height of its breakfast rush.