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|Forest Scene A forest scene in British Columbia. By E. Sandys
|B.C. Rain-Forest A coastal rain-forest and 1920's
|Iles of Spruce Celebrating the works of Canada's famed Group of
Seven, Arthur Lismer's painting, "Iles of Spruce", was reproduced on a 1970
|Tom Thomson Two Canadian postage stamps displaying works
by the famed Canadian Group of Seven painter, Tom Thomson: "April in Algonquin
Park" and "Autumn Birches."
|Evergreen Close-up view of young cones in a coniferous
|Black Walnut A young black walnut tree representing an
extension of the Carolinian woods into southern Ontario.
|Softwood Forest An Ontario forest of softwood
|Autumn Colours The many underbrush hues of a hardwood
forest in autumn.
|Mature Hardwoods A mature hardwood forest allows little light
to filter through, creating dark woods with scarce undergrowth.
|Maple Forest A close-up of a large maple in an old-growth forest
|1528 Samuel de Champlain
|Birch Woods A young birch woods, common across the
Canadian Shield. Watercolour by Alfred Ernest Boultbee (1864-1929).
|Island of Ice An Arctic island of ice, 1818. Watercolour by John
Ross (1777-1856) when in command of an unsuccessful Royal Naval expedition to seek a
navigable North West Passage to Asia.
|Hudson Strait, 1840s. An iceberg, a ship, and some walrus near
the entrance of Hudson Strait, Northwest Territories, c. 1840. Watercolour and gouache by
George Back (1796-1878).
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