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Photography Magazine

What's in a Picture?

What's in a Picture?

Tutshi Lake


David Noton on the most unusual light on the land he has ever photographed.

The Location

I’m going out on a limb here, but I’m in no doubt; Tutshi Lake is in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Situated in the Stikine region of northern British Columbia just a few kilometres south of the Yukon border in Canada’s remote north-west Tutshi is in a chain of cold lakes that feed the Yukon River. To the north 40 km up the Klondike Highway lies the metropolis of Carcross (population: 301). Beyond that stretching all the way to the Arctic shore, The Yukon, a wild, rugged territory four times the size of England with a population smaller then Yeovil’s. To the south-east; endless miles of lakes, rivers, mountains and forests all the way to remote Prince George some 1500 kilometres away as a weary crow would fly. To the south west; the imposing coastal range of snow capped mountains that mark the border with the USA and separate this region from the Alaskan panhandle. I think you get the picture; there are way more bears here then there are people.

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