One of the things I like best about the Arctic is the exciting weather that we experience. From blizzards to bright sun, Northern Lights to ice fog, 24-hour darkness to 24-hour sun, there's always something to take pictures of.
One of my favourite weather conditions is the ice fog -- when the town is blanketed in a magical white mist and the sun glows as it filters through. Ice fog only appears on very, very cold days when ice crystals become suspended in the air.
This is a picture of the main street in Inuvik on Saturday, when I woke up to find the ice fog had rolled in.
The igloo church looked particularly mysterious that day.