I took this shot near the Yukon-B.C. border last summer as I was heading south on a road trip. The little guy came right up and said hello as we were pulling onto the highway — I assume it was at least somewhat domesticated, but it was still really wonderful to see.I shot it with my Nikon D90 at f7.1, 1/200th shutter speed with a 50mm fixed portrait lens, because that’s what happened to be on my camera when the little guy made an appearance.
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Devon Berquist is a visual artist and Programming Manager at the Klondike Institute of Arts & Culture in Dawson City.
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