Polar Bears Day Six

November 01, 2012 at 11:20 PM

Polar Bear Photo Tour - Day Six - Homeward Bound

The weather cleared this morning and we were able to fly out of Churchill back to Winnipeg.  Since the bad weather caused us to miss our connection flight in Winnipeg, we have had to fly the group home on a couple flights.  As of 11:00 p.m. this evening I have had word the last flight has arrived into Toronto and are now enroute back to London via bus.  I’m still here in Winnipeg and will be flying out tomorrow afternoon.

It has been a great week and I would like to thank the photographers that joined me on this great adventure.  I hope you have enjoyed following along and the images we have posted.  As we close off our final post for this trip enjoy a selection of images from our trek.  


One long lens ...


Great place to take a rest ...


Randy and Dave photographig the trail dogs, day two of the tour.


Randy braving the cold.


Churchill shoreline, 


Nice polar bear hat,


Sign down by the shoreline warning that bears frequent the area!!!


Dave and Lorna on the helicoper. Image by Wendy Schneidmiller.


Old fort at the mouth of the Churchill river.


Black & White out on the tundra.


Polar bear out on the ice.


Coming through the willows.


One last image ...

Thanks for following along and don't forget to check back begining November 18th, 2012 as the Photo Tour Trekkers leave for their India Adventure.


Please add a comment

Posted by Jerry on
Even with the not so good departure weather in Churchill your trip looked like a very exciting adventure that was enjoyed by all. The photographs were great and were envied by those of us who did not make the trip. Thanks for blog we enjoyed in every day.
Posted by Pat on
Great photos. I just love following your travels.

Posted by Maria D, on
What a great adventure... loved the wonderful bear-expressions.
Black and white photos are so expressive as well.
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