The compelling Inukshuk (a traditional sculptural form of unworked stone made & used by the Inuit people for communications & survival purposes....the word means in likeness of )  as photographed in Nunavut Canada by George Lessard. This  is pretty cool ! Would love to see it in person.....

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

Inukshuk Sculpture Northwest Territories, Canada

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

The Inuit way was to build “road” signs through a recognized systematic structure of rocks to send a message to the next traveler … Help yourself to food and see you in the next village (that way).  The Inukshuk is a coded message comforting and connecting human beings.  Working together by sharing information is vital to our livelihoods and survival.

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Inukshuk Watches Over the Mountain, Whistler-Blackcomb

Snowboarding Above The Clouds At Whistler

Whistler Inukshuk

Whistler Inukshuk

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