Inukshuk, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, Canada | by George Lessard, via Flickr

The compelling Inukshuk as photographed in Nunavut by George Lessard. A stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit as a landmark.

Inukshuk. These are native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. They can be seen throughout Ontario.

Inukshuk - native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. Can be seen throughout Ontario.

Inukshuk. These are native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools.

Inukshuk - native Canadian Indian rock sculptures used as landmarks/navigation tools. Can be seen throughout Ontario.

Sea Glass Inukshuk made from sea glass I found in Mexico

Another Pinner says. Sea Glass Inukshuk made from sea glass I found in Mexico

Inukshuk

Inukshuk ~ Symbol of 2010 Winter Olympics Games, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

Inuksuk

An Inukshuk at the top of Gros Morne, the highest peak in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada;INUKSHUK (or inuksuk) is a stone landmark or cairn built by people who live in the Arctic Circle (from Alaska to Greenland);

Inukshuk

Native American populations descend from three key migrations, scientists say -- ScienceDaily

Inukshuk

Native American populations descend from three key migrations, scientists say -- ScienceDaily

An Inuit Inukshuk is a monument made of unworked stones that are traditionally used for communication and survival. They often served hunters as trail markers, reference points and or messages of spiritual communication. They are made from a variety of rocks, some round, some flat, some wide and some tall. Some formations look like doorways, windows, rock haystacks, the likeness of a raven or just a single vertical stone.

An Inuit Inukshuk is a monument made of unworked stones that are traditionally…

Edmonton Tourism Offices, Edmonton Alberta Tourist Information and Edmonton Visitor Information Centre

Edmonton Tourism Offices, Edmonton Alberta Tourist Information and Edmonton…

Inukshuk In Nunavut, Canada

Inukshuk in Nunavut. Means "likeness of a person". First used by the Inuit people to mark trails , locate nearby settlements and mark good places to hunt and fish.

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