But what do they eat?


When you go up North the first time, lot of things are impressive, the desert look, cold , moutains, fjord, the bright sun 24 hrs a day, at the time I went the first time, and the first local inhabitants I saw, the artic hares, huge from their thick fur, but what do they eat? Not much around that seems good for them…I don’t know

Lors d’un premier voyage dans l’Arctique, bien des choses impressionnent, les vastes étendues, les fjords, les montagnes, le soleil qui brille 24 hrs sur hrs, le froid et….les lièvres, nombreux, épaisse fourrure qui leur donnent une grosseur impressionnante, mais que peuvent-ils bien bouffer, car ils sont là durant tout l’hiver, j’imagine qu’à un certain moment ils hibernent comme les ours, mais eux je ne sais pas…

Lièvre arctique/Artic Hare Eureka, Nunavut Mai/May 1983

Lièvre arctique/Artic Hare Eureka, Nunavut Mai/May 1983

All my slides are in color, but one was so badly exposed it was dark and blue, that I decided to transform it in black and white, the top one is in photoshop, the next was modified in Lightroom, I have to learn more about that software, I’m not sure what is the diffence between photoshop and Lightroom, the later one seems to have a few more tools for publishing, like making a book, have to look in to it more….

Mes photos originales sont en couleur, mais une était tellement bleutée, que j’ai décidé de la transformer en noir et blanc…aussi commencé à utiliser Lightroom de Adobe, mais je dois me familiariser avec ce logiciel, donc une autre version de ce lièvre.

Lièvre arctique/Artic Hare Eureka, Nunavut Mai/May 1983 Modifié/modified Lightroom

 

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