Sunday, March 24, 2013

"Endless miles of Ice Age remnants eroding from thawed permafrost into the sea. The greedy tides and storms with fingers disguised as waves as they quickly claim a Mammoth tusk or bone almost as rapidly as they fall from the muddy banks.  My boat waits on the shore with all of my requirements as I constantly scan with binoculars for any sign of bear. Purposefully I obtain a black finished boat to appear as natural to the surroundings as possible and guard it as if it were my link to survival in this most remote Arctic region. From Siberia to Canadian's Mackenzie River harbors the niche of the Ice Age, always willing to give up it's bounty of treasures to artists, collectors and scientists world wide."

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