Photo gallery: Seyi Okuribido-Malcolm at Pond Inlet, Northern Baffin Island

Seyi Okuribo-Malcolm

Seyi Okuribido-Malcolm

by Seyi Okuribo-Malcolm

4 March, 2017

I can officially say I traveled to Canada’s Arctic Circle (72nd parallel line). Pond Inlet is a predominantly Inuit community located in Northern Baffin Island. It is known for its beautiful fjords and floating glaciers. Its hard to see the beauty in the winter with temperatures at minus 51, but the pale pink sunsets are breathtaking to see in person. I hope to have the opportunity to visit again in the summer.

About the writer

Seyi is a photo enthusiast who likes to grab her camera and capture the simplicity in moments whenever she can. Her preferred style of photography is landscape and street photography but loves to take pictures of her family and friends. Moving forward with her photography, Seyi will focus on developing her portrait skills. She is currently working on a project called The Smile. The aim of the project is to capture the raw power of the smile; a language spoken and understood universally. Keep your eye out for this new up and coming photographer. 

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