Print # 3004bill
Fire at the Confluence of the Little Nahanni and South Nahanni Rivers by Bill Mason (1929 - 1988)
Print size- 16" x 20"
Original oil on paper size -10" x 12"
"The rapids of the narrow, fast-flowing Little Nahanni are huge. It's getting late and we've been canoeing all day in the air thick with smoke. We can see just enough to pick our way down the rapids Occasionally a tree bursts into flames . At last we emerge from the smoke and continue down the river until we reach the gravel bar where the Little Nahanni joins the South Nahanni. We pitch camp and roll the canoes over for the night. I look back up the river as the smoke clears for a moment revealing a blood red sun."
Bill Mason (1929 - 1988)
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