In early October the air begins to chill dramatically on the Canadian tundra. As temperatures drop, ice begins to form on the massive inland sea known as the Hudson Bay. One of the more interesting occurrences is the gathering of polar bears near the town of Churchill, Manitoba. They're there for one thing: to wait for the ice to form and allow them to go out onto thee bay in search of their favorite prey, seal.
It's an amazing experience amid a stark, almost barren landscape which nonetheless has an astounding beauty to it.