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SZ.6017-30
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6017-30
White Arctic Bell Heather, Cassiope tetragona in flower. Svalbard
SZ.0171-15
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0171-15
Arctic Bell Heather, Cassiope tetragona grows in large clumps on Svalbard
QQ.0228-40
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0228-40
Arctic Bell Heather, Cassiope tetragona in flower, North Greenland
HJ.0017-00
© Hans Jensen
HJ.0017-00
Yellow Arctic Poppies against a blue Arctic sky. Summer in North Greenland
QQ.0228-38
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0228-38
Arctic Poppies, Papaver radicatumm with flowers that follow the sun, for early seed ripening. Arctic.
RC.2010-54
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RC.2010-54
At the start of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer,' Tamara builds up a ritual fire with dried Arctic Bell Heather. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2010-28
© B&C Alexander
RC.2010-28
At the beginning of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer,' at 3am, Tamara, blows on a bunch of dried Arctic Bell Heather, to start a ritual fire. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2010-29
© B&C Alexander
RC.2010-29
At the beginning of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer,' at 3am, Tamara, blows on a bunch of dried Arctic Bell Heather, so start a ritual fire. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2010-30
© B&C Alexander
RC.2010-30
At the beginning of the Chukchi 'Festival of the Young Reindeer,' at 3am, Tamara, uses a bunch of dried Arctic Bell Heather to start a ritual fire. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
RC.2003-42
© B&C Alexander
RC.2003-42
Bunches of Arctic bell-heather (Cassiope tetragona) hanging up to dry at a Chukchi reindeer herders camp. It is used as a firelighter by the Chukchi and often they will carry some with them in the summer as when lit the smoke deters bears. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
RC.2004-09
© B&C Alexander
RC.2004-09
Bunches of Arctic bell-heather (Cassiope tetragona) hanging up to dry at a Chukchi reindeer herders camp. It is used as a firelighter by the Chukchi and often they will carry some with them in the summer as when lit the smoke deters bears. Iultinsky District, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia
SZ.1023-02
© B&C Alexander
SZ.1023-02
Sue Werner photographing Arctic Bell Heather at Faksevagen, Lomfjorden. Spitsbergen
SZ.1024-02
© B&C Alexander
SZ.1024-02
Tiny garden of tundra flowers by an ancient whalebone on a raised beach at Sundesnet. Barentsoya. Svalbard.
WL.0439-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0439-00
Arctic poppy (Papaver radicatum), King William Island, central Nunavut, Arctic Canada
WL.0423-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0423-00
Arctic bell-heather (Cassiope tetragona), Svalbard Archipelago, Arctic Norway
SZ.6017-31
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6017-31
A clump of White Arctic Bell Heather, Cassiope tetragona in flower. Svalbard
BA.9287-18
© B&C Alexander
BA.9287-18
Arctic Poppy (Papaver radicatum) on Igloolik Island. Nunavut, Canada.
QQ.0228-11
© B&C Alexander
QQ.0228-11
Arctic Poppies, (Papaver radicatum) Backlit in the short Arctic summer
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