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Guest 01-Apr-2019 15:01
Hello. I was just looking at your photographs of ravens. Very beautiful.
My cabin in the woods came with a pair of adult ravens who call this plot of land theirs, much to my surprise. They spend a lot of time on the deck and come for food AM and PM. Also have hundreds of photos of the ravens and their offspring. Amazing birds. I learn more each day. Thanks for sharing your photos.
Paul Lantz18-Mar-2013 04:19
I do not sell prints from this site. I sell prints from the website
hdh 18-Mar-2013 00:25
Your raven gallery is extraordinary. Do you sell prints?
Lomea Hide photography 05-Dec-2012 12:44
Wildlife photography in Bulgaria
Jane 07-Sep-2012 19:53
Thank you for sharing your Raven photos! Just ran across your Raven photos while looking for information and pics to study before I paint my own rendition. We have Ravens here in northern Michigan, (Lower Peninsula) but they are quite reclusive and outnumbered by Crows. We do live next to a nature conservancy, which helps.
Andrea 19-Jul-2012 15:20
Recently came across a small wooden Canadian Goose carved by John Blueboy of Moose Factory - probably sometime in the late 60's. I commented on this page before as I had been to Moose Factory with my parents when I was very young. I enjoyed the pictures and will continue to look forward to new ones. I would like to know if members of John Blueboy's family are still in the area? Anyhow, I still enjoy thinking about this childhood journey with my parents whenever I look at the little wooden goose and I appreciate the chance to "revisit" the area through these pictures. Andrea (Helton) Baker
Richard Webber 06-Dec-2011 00:24
Hi just going around the web- As a small child i grew up in Moosonee and Joe Crawford was a my serrogate father. I chummed around with all the crawfords and remember all of them. Gordon was my best friend then it has been so many years since ive been there. Heard that Joe passed and Patsy and colin - seeing your pics brought alot of fond memories back. My Moms name was Joe Webber she passed in 95, just sayin thanks for the walk down memory lane.
Alice 14-Sep-2011 18:45
Hi Paul, just wanted to let you know that I finally know what I looked as a child, because you had provencher pics of me...still very good memories of the steel house (ha! ha! ha ) all the pics of Ms. Linklater ( Phemie ), she is a beautiful person...I always love to look at your pics, Paul..Still miss home I guess.
David Kiley 05-Sep-2011 15:01
Great pictures. A small group of us are going in late Oct. 2011. We will be following your postings.
Iynkaran Sambandhan 19-Mar-2011 22:31
I was Born in North part of SriLanka (Jaffna) Living in Toronto Since 1990 May. Recently I saw your picture which remains me when I was in Norway (Tromso). Good pictures, great Work. I never been in Moosonee but I will be one day.

My address is:
Iynkaran Sambandhan March 2011-18:30
No. 1 Rosemount Drive #109
Scarborough, Toronto

Phone: 416-751-6656
Peter 22-Oct-2010 23:05

I just wanted to say thanks for all the great pictures on your site. I'm with the Canadian Forces and are conducting an exercise focusing on the James Bay area communities. I have been able to use many of your photos to analyse and present infomation that would otherwise take days to gather. Thanks alot for putting the effort into the site and all the pictures especially accurate descriptions. Honestly in the event of a real emergency your site would be a key source of information for us.
Desiree Loutitt (nee Dye) 19-Jul-2010 03:19
I was blown over by your pics of Moosonee. Having lived there in the 1960's, a lot of it was foreign to me, everything new/different. Patrick Linklater came here twice and that was incredible. I used to entertain the idea of taking a trip back, but...except the Lord heal me, I have a spinal condition that prevents me from sitting upright or walking. But, I have the fondest memories of Moosonee, and especially the people. Would love to hear from anyone....Desiree;Fort Smith,NWT...Masi!
Robert Lassi 24-Apr-2010 18:09
I enjoyed the pictures of Moosonee. My Grandmother was from Moosonee. years ago. She married my grandfather . ( Finlander. )
Mrs. Lydia Allisappi
She moved to Nakina Ontario
Both passed away.
Guest 27-Mar-2010 01:04
Congratulations on your two million.
laurie 04-May-2009 16:38
i really enjoyed looking through all of your photos! i was born and lived in moosonee (1978-1980) while my father was an OPP officer, and because i can't remember living there, it was very nice to see snippets that showed all different facets of the town, including the people! i hope to go back and visit one day!
Vince O'Keeffe 20-Mar-2009 11:53
Hello Paul: WONDERFUL photos of Moosonee! I found your cache of photos via a Google regarding MTL. I've been fascinated by Hudson's and James Bay for years and your display has further increased my interest. I was in Moosonee only once...some years ago. Summer of '09 includes a trip to the other side of the Radisson via James Baie Road. May I encourage you to get up a wire for VE3KBL? Your signal would be very popular. Keep up the fine work. 73 de Vince, W1IDL
Guest 15-Jan-2009 02:16
I love your photos of Charlton! I was there last summer (2008) for the EHS reunion and centennial, and it was really great to drive through Charlton again. All the pics of the power plant and dams bring back a lot of memories as my dad (Dave Minnett) and John Light used to help the people who owned the plant maintain it and lower/raise the logs. Thanks again!
Lawrence N 11-Jan-2009 20:00
came across the pictures you took and spent couple of hours browsing through them.Wonderful people and town and photographer.Thank you for sharing them
Bernice Glnesk 06-Jan-2009 04:39
I am very greatful for the pics on your site and since I have left following my Dad's passing Its always wonderful to see the people & changes in the communitee. Keep up the good work its is great for others like myself who have left for some reason or other.
Glen 11-Nov-2008 07:25
Glen Nice pics. Im from southern ontario about 20 hours south of u. I seen an add in the papper about going there 4 work i called the number just waiting 4 a reply im interested in going there in hopes to find work.But i need to find a way 4 funding 4 my wat there.
Roger Chum 27-Aug-2008 15:25
Awesome photography Paul...thanks for the show! An excellent service to those who live & work away from home!

Linda 23-Jul-2008 15:20
Hi Paul. I came across your website while trying to identify a large black bird I took pics of across by canal. I live in Weeki Wachee, Fl. I saw your awesome picture of Ravens and I think that's what it was. Do you know of any website where I could submit my pics to find out exactly what type of bird this is? Thank you. Sincerely, Linda
Guest 02-Jul-2008 17:50
Hello Paul
I don't know if you remember me my name is Teresa Danyluk, the eldest of Earl & Nancy Danyluk, we presently reside in Wemindji or still are. Just wanted to say hi and would love to see some ole pics, would like to extend and invite to come and see and visit us. ttyl, Teresa D
Miki Harder 01-Jul-2008 00:41
First attracted to your Raven site.. then drawn to the rest... thank you thank you!
Jesse Lane 11-Jun-2008 05:09
Such wonderful photos to discover from so far away (I'm in California)! There is a mystery, for me, among some of these heartwarming photos, but before I delve into that, let me tell you how I found this window into your world, so far away. I was exploring the world via Google maps and found myself exploring the coast of Hudson Bay and discovered Moosonee. Every now and then, I returned to Moosonee, via different links and finally found your site. Thank you for sharing these images with the world community and providing a sense for me of the community there. Now, I am a Sharks fan, so I was astonished to see photos containing Sharks logos and something about a Sharks camp! I am quite mystified as to the connection.
Ceci 18-Mar-2008 22:56
Those pictures of Attawapiskat in the late 80s and early 90s got me to reminisce.Lotta fond memories growing up....

Thank you for this.
Edward Blackned 07-Feb-2008 16:08
Thank you Paul for sharing these Pictures love to view them all! but there's so many takes time so be back..
John Wagner 07-Feb-2008 05:18
Hey Paul, it has been a while. You might remember me. I worked for Two Bay in the Freight Department from 1982 to 1988. I was also involved in the Pentecostal Church around that time as well. I am living in North Bay and working for the ONR at present.
Moosonee was good to me and I miss many people from that time. Bish and Carol were great people to work for. Thanks for the pictures and the memories. John Wagner
celine 25-Jan-2008 01:39
hey, Paul
i was looking throught my home in "Attawapiskat" out of boredom, decided to check how Moosonee is these days, but holyshit,,,lol you sure did an amazing work on taking them pic's of moosonee, god how i miss moosonee i lived there back in the 80's, gees i sound old,lol well maybe im
anyways keep up the good work,,,but you should take a good pic of youself

Malcolm Tilley & Joyce Stubbs 15-Jan-2008 19:45
Hi Paul, Since viewing your photographs when we returned to the U.K. there is not a week that goes by without looking what you have posted since. Needless to say we are still captivated by what you are putting up. Keep on doing so.
Stuirteag 10-Jan-2008 11:45
Tremedous raven shots! Thank you very much!
Guest 28-Dec-2007 02:39
Congratulations, Paul, on your One Millionth view.

Malcolm Tilley/Joyce Stubbs 12-Oct-2007 15:01
Hi Paul,Have just returned to the UK after holidaying in Canada.We were taken to Moosonee by relatives who actually live in the Lakefield area of Peterborough county Ontario.Have just been looking at your photographs after being given your website addressby Tony and Trudi Tourville who run the Moose River Inn b/b. Your pictures are stunning and both myself and my partner spent a couple of hours viewing,-------- wonderful photography
Malcolm and Joyce
Guest 14-Jun-2007 05:22
Great work! Hope you post more pictures soon.
Guest 07-Mar-2007 15:06
When I saw your pictures, a special feeling swept over me. Not sure what it is but wow...
Ashley Hockenberry29-Nov-2006 16:07

Thanks for dropping by my galleries and comments.

bobby moreman 12-Sep-2006 19:44
hello. you have a wonderful web site. i was on the recent motorcar excursion from cochran to moosonee and was in the dodge dakota hy-rail. i understand that you have some very nice pictures of my truck and some of the rest of the motorcars. would you please advise on how i can look up these pictures, expecially my hy-rail. do you know tony and trudy trouteman (im not sure of the spelling). they were nice enough to board my small jack russell terrier during my two nights in moosonee. pls tell them hello for me. sincerely. bobby moreman - chamblee, georgia usa.
juliette 27-Jul-2006 18:57
take pictures in moosonee of all the twins ok?
Starchild 24-Jul-2006 04:24
Paul, I think your photos are fabulous! You capture the essence of the true north through your lens! You have an eye on what is poetry in nature, people and sights. I enjoyed 'surfing' your websites! Thank you very much for sharing.
Rosemarie Kusserow19-Jul-2006 08:16
Thanks Paul for your kind comments in my shots, I´m glad you like them, greeting from Germany, Rosemarie :-)
Guest 18-Jun-2006 15:35
Great Galleries and Imagination....
Guest 01-May-2006 01:28
Great Picture of The Break up
Ed 29-Apr-2006 13:26
Great pictures of the 2006 spring break-up. It's good to see someone enjoys the works of nature. I live a bit south of you and never realized just how quick the ice breaks up and the rivers open.
Maxine 25-Apr-2006 12:47
Very nice pictures- I haven't been to Moosonee for a while now-
Keep up the good work!
Guest 25-Apr-2006 12:44
Enjoy looking @ your pictures I haven't been in Moosonee for so long, brings back childhood memories.
Keep up the good work!
Roy Quachegan 24-Apr-2006 02:30
Hi Paul.Nice to see pictures of back home. We now live in Lively, On
Jan 23-Apr-2006 02:51
A new guest to your website. Excellent, excellent pictures of Moosonee and Moose Factory. Keep up the "fabulous" work. I really enjoy the nature sceneries, especially the sunrise pics.
Phoebe Foster 21-Apr-2006 18:03
Hi Paul,
Great to see the photos of the place I used to call home. I am now in Belfast, Northern Ireland; yes, still here. Your site is great, what a great service u proved people who know that place, and those who have visited. Thanks so much, especially for the photos of the recent break-up there!
Phoebe Foster (nee Sutherland)
Aaron Nootchtai 20-Apr-2006 23:20
Love the pics of the break up!!! It was definitely a good one. Haven't seen a break up like that in years! Keep up the great work Paul.
stella williams 20-Apr-2006 04:11
Hi,Everyone! Just to let you all know that I had such a wonderful time in Moosonee in such a long time. It was so nice & emotional to see everyone's faces that I got to see.
Even my daughter Jessica really enjoyed herself.Also, I would like to express my thanks to Paul for all the picture memories he has taken. Keep up the good work! Keep sticking
around in James Bay Area & keep us posted as we would like to keep up with the news. I do
miss my hometown Moosonee. I've always missed & loved the people. Just to let you know, I'm proud of myself in what I'm doing now. I have a wonderful common-law husband Joe for 18 years & 2 wonderful beautiful daughters Josie age 13 & Jessie 21. They both love & get along each other. I speak for Ontario on Birth,Death & Marriage Certificates, Amendments & Change of Names. I am an operator all day long answering all people's problems & status for their applications from all over the world. I love my Job in what I do. Before interviews, only 450 resumes were accepted than I had to go through 3 interviews & finally after all that only 50 out of 150 of us got the job. It's very challenging and I have lots of full esteem. Thanks to my big sister Hannah to tell me to smarten up & to tell me to stick around in Thunder Bay and found myself something for myself better to do & end up finding my very good Italian man I've always wanted to meet. He taught me how to cook Italian & Gardening.I have learned lots. Allelujiah!
God Bless You All & I am very sorry I never got to say Hi & Good-bye to the one's I've missed. PS, PHEMI SUTHERLAND, I saw you at the train station that evening when we left. I did not expect you to be there. Just to let you know, I'm sorry I did not see you & I love you. Whoever reads this message for Phemi, please pass this message on to her.
I would very appreciate it! Good Night & Take Care Everyone!
& your family like always!

Janette Sutherland 31-Mar-2006 18:48
Hey there, I grew up in Moosonee, But moved about 11 years ago. It was nice to see pictures of home, I havent been home in a long time....I miss everyone!
Pattie 18-Mar-2006 03:03
I am a metal artist in Idaho. I often am online doing photo research for reference and came upon your site. Your Raven photos are incredible. I have been abit obsessed with Ravens my entire life and wanted to compliment you on the perfection and clarity you have captured with your photos...........Best I have seen...........and I have seen MANY....
Thank You............
cpominville 07-Jan-2006 17:04
Hi there,

I lived in Moosonee for almost ten years and I decided to a search with google to look some old friends and I came upon this site.. emergency exercises in may of 2005. Wow ...the people, the houses, the gravel, the trains sooooooo many memories. I am now living in Alberta and I hope one day to return to visit the sites.

Your pictures are to love the easy access of technology, thanks Paul for bringing back some of those memories.

Take care
Alice Williams 03-Jan-2006 15:55
Good morning from Thunder Bay, Paul. Woke up early this morning (the kids were still sleeping soundly) and decided to check out a few sites in Moosonee. Believe it or not but I still miss the sites and sounds of Moosonee, as there is no other place like it. Looked up the photos of the Sutherland/Gourley wedding in August/2005 and thought you did a terrific job of photograghing it. You captured the whole essence of a beautiful wedding and the people involved in the whole event. Well done!!!!
Richard (Dick) Provencher 04-Dec-2005 03:57
Hello Paul,
It was such a nice adventure to see all your photos. I had the privilege of being the Welfare Officer for the Ontario Dept of Public Welfare for the full year of 1967, and stationed in Moosonee. For three months I also had the office out of Cochrane. Living and working with the Cree in Moosonee and visiting up the coast of James Bay was such a challenge and a wonderul part of my life, when I was single. I am now 63, married for 30 years and have four children and five grandchildren. I also have some very interesting pictures of Moosonee in 1967. In fact I am still in contact with a very good friend, Alexandra Kataquapit and her family. My wife, Esther, and I send our very best Christmas wishes from Truro, Nova Scotia.
alice john linklater 21-Nov-2005 19:56
hey Paul, you have a great talent, keep up the good work,we're both in school doing good.
have a nice day!
Pierre Landry16-Nov-2005 13:24
Hi Paul,
Your pictures show a part of our country that most people have no idea about. I still work for a company tha flies to Moosonee regularly and I have enjoyed seing it from your point of view. Thank you for sharing.
Pierre Landry16-Nov-2005 13:23
Hi Paul,
Your pictures show a part of our country that most people have no idea about. I still work for a company tha flies to Moosonee regularly and I have enjoyed seing it from your point of view. Thank you for sharing.
Rowan 20-Oct-2005 12:15
Just flew into your site by accident! LOVE the raven shots. I'm an avid corvidophile from Southern Ontario so pretty much all I get to see are crows so it's a treat to view your excellent photos. I will bookmark your site. Ever thought of selling prints?
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Chris Faries 20-Sep-2005 11:58
Hi Paul, excellent pictures. What photo editing software do you use?
Nadia 30-Jun-2005 02:13
Hi Paul
Thanks for sending me the web sites. Your pictures are wonderful. I especially like the natural of nature scenes.
Guest 14-Jun-2005 04:23
Paul, I will let you in on a secret regarding the eyes. Now no telling others. When I apply all the layers that I do to these, I go back and erase down to the original layer so the eyes come out untouched. You may do that when you soften a portrait, as well: put a layer on top in Gausian blur but erase the layer on the eyes and perhaps the lips and teeth then merge down. It is magic. That is precisely what I did on this Okay, go you and do likewise. *G* Thanks for stopping by. Regards, Ellsworth
Paul Lantz31-May-2005 13:25
The pictures from the wedding are at
that gallery has a password, give me a call if you need it
I wasn't the lucky groom.
Guest 31-May-2005 04:22
Paul I know you and wanita just got married on the twins birthday. I am trying to find the wedding pictures. Need to find what web site to find the wedding pictures taken at my sister Marie' place.
Linda 30-Apr-2005 22:57
Wow! Awesome photographs Paul! Thanks so much for sharing your gifts! Linda ...the rev
R.Linklater 25-Apr-2005 03:43
Definitely agree your pictures are something else, keep it up
Bob Wheeler 24-Apr-2005 03:31
Paul, I used to live in northern Ontario. Looking at your great photos brings back lots of memories. I look forward to seeing more of your photos,
John M 02-Apr-2005 03:02
Hi Paul: you have some terrific pictures here. I have linked your site to the jbas one.
( ) It really gives people an excellent visual of the area. thanks.
scott 14-Mar-2005 17:42
I just came back from a snowmobling trip to moosnee and moose factory. Get pic you have,
Do you know there are opening up a diamond mine.

Keep up the good work
Lil Crow 01-Jan-2005 04:37
LOVE the raven pictures! came across your site through a link on Ravens on Moosonee and immediately added your site to my raven/crow one. love the pictures. such beautiful shots of a beautiful bird!

Lil Crow
Paul Lantz26-Dec-2004 23:30
glad you liked them Allan, will take some more when it warms up a bit.
Allan Linklater 19-Dec-2004 07:06
Nice to see pictures of my home town from Kelowna BC. Keep up the good work and I will keep veiwng the pics so that I would not feel so homesick. Meegwetch.
wally Sasyniuk 06-Dec-2004 03:07
Paul: thanks for the memories, I spent several years 1962-1967 in Moosonee. I hope to see you folks in summer of 2005. Moosonee-great people, great experience, I spent a good portion of my years in Canada's north, I flew geophysical survey for a living. My experience in Moosonee(my first northern posting) prepared me to face the challenges that we all face in our lifetime. . Your elders were the worlds best instructers- I am ever grateful to them. In Moosonee my heart and soul were always in harmony.Wally
Darlene 22-Nov-2004 02:13
Paul, I enjoyed all of your photos. I feel a bit homesick now. The reflections gallery contain some beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing your pictures.
buffy 15-Nov-2004 01:00
I agree.. these are the best pics ever!!
Michael and Terra 14-Nov-2004 04:01
We have been searching for raven images since the earliest days of the internet. Your raven pictures are without a doubt the best that we have ever encountered. Thank you very much for sharing your images. Michael and Terra
marilyn k holmberg30-Oct-2004 01:10
your 'reflections' gallery is wonderful!! .. 'm'
Pauline Koostachin 25-Oct-2004 14:40
H(,I justfinished looking at the pictures of Moosnee on ur website , the pictures r
fabules now I can imaginwhat moosonee looks likes if I would never have been there before
Yea the pics r nice I like mostly the sunrise and sunsets PK