Igloo Dwellers Were My Church
A stunning series of b and w photographs by Marie France captures the camarederie, the loneliness, the raw interaction between muscle and machine, and the unforgiving and starkly beautiful landscape within which drilling operations in Canada's North take place. A tribute to the men and women and the overpowering environment.
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