A tributary of the Attawapiskat River drains into James Bay in northeastern Ontario, Canada. James Bay is a body of water within Hudson Bay, which extends south from the Arctic Ocean. Human presence along the shores of the bay can be traced back to the end of the last ice age roughly 8,150 years ago, and a number of Aboriginal communities remain there today.
Shipping / Printing Information
Free shipping is included within the United States.
International shipping is available for an additional fee --- please contact us if you do not see your country at checkout.
Prints are completed on Epson Professional Luster Paper by the professionals at Cloud Printing in New York City.
Please note that prints are not framed and the coloration may vary slightly from what appears on your screen.
Created in partnership with DigitalGlobe [Image © 2017 DigitalGlobe, Inc.]