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I encountered a lone Canadian lynx in mid-March as much of the world was becoming gripped by the coronavirus pandemic.
Seeing this creature lope silently down a deserted forest road, I thought to myself: a whole world of people scared of each other and yet life in the wild carries on.
With so much turmoil and uncertainty surrounding the effects the virus was having on our planet, it was hard to not be pessimistic.
Until I snapped the photo.
Oblivious to it all, this single lynx gave me a sense that life will carry on. I could instinctively tell that the only concern it had in this moment was the moment itself.
Likely searching for its next meal, nothing else mattered. Simple as that.
Life in the wild. Carrying on.
The following is a gallery of photographs from northern B.C. expressing the profundity of the remote and the wild.
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