POLAR REFLECTIONS

Nunavut, Canada, 2006

“Its image mirrored against the water surface, a polar bear dives below a pan of ice. The continuous loss of the sea ice, the platform from which polar bears forage on seals, has led to shorter hunting seasons, which increasingly threatens their survival. Bears like this huge male have a much higher chance of survival than younger bears.”

​-Paul Nicklen

AVAILABLE SIZES:

Archival pigment print

  • Edition of 15: 31” x 46.5”

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