Hudson Bay Inukshuk Landmark Manitoba
The sun begins to set on an inukshuk situated on the shores of Hudson Bay in the town of Churchill, Manitoba. The inukshuk is a stone landmark traditionally used by northern aboriginal peoples to mark a route through the tundra of the arctic.
Though traditionally and still to this day used as a landmark in circumpolar regions, today the inukshuk is commonly placed as a symbol of friendship and welcome.
Inukshuk at sunset in the town of Churchill on the shores of Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada.
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