Photography

Whitehorse Photography Club Showcase

Welcome to the Q2 submissions from the Whitehorse Photography Club featuring three outstanding images by Gerry Steer, Walter Gutowski and Geoff Muldoon. The photo composition by Gutowski was one of the group’s submissions to the North Shore Photography Competition where the Whitehorse Photography club placed 12th out of 29 clubs. Check out the Q3 submission …

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Yukon Photography: Ice fog rising

The morning sun backlit the ice fog rising from the open water in the marshlands on Fish Lake Road. Photos taken with a Nikon D7200

Eric The Red

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Canada Jays love their kibble!

The Canada Jays love their kibble!
They are especially happy when I keep them company while they eat it.

Photography: Fish Lake Rd. Marshlands

The morning sun back lit the ice fog rising from the open water in the marsh lands on Fish Lake Road during our recent -40 cold snap.  

Wildlife photos: Boreal chickadees

We have a family of four Boreal chickadees that spend their days travelling between our feeders and the nearby trees. They seem to love peanuts best, especially when it gets real cold.  Photos taken by Steve Wilson with a Nikon D7200. 

Living With Wildlife: Steve Wilson

There are a lot of eagles at the Whitehorse Landfill. I photographed an adult and juvenile perched near the entrance. Camera: Nikon D7200

Yukon See It Here – Christine Burke

I was up on the airport bluff to see a Condor airplane land in Whitehorse. We invite you to share your photos of Yukon life.

Living With Wildlife – Steve Wilson

There was lots of swan activity at the Quartz Road wetland on October 17, 2019. We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife.

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