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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The images on these pages are provided by the City of Thunder Bay under the following Terms & Conditions:

  • All photos must be accompanied by a credit line as marked on thumbnails.
Boulevard Lake
Photo: Dick Spooner
Boulevard Lake
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Wilderness Canoeing
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Wilderness canoeing
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Creek in Forest
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Creek in Forest
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Winter on Lake Mary-Louise
Photo: Dick Spooner
Winter on Lake Mary-Louise
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Sleeping Giant in Winter
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Sleeping Giant in Winter
Hi-Res | Lo-Res
Sleeping Giant
Photo: Dick Spooner
Sleeping Giant
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Kakabeka Falls
Photo: Dick Spooner
Kakabeka Falls
Hi-Res | Lo-Res
Lighthouse
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Lighthouse
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Sailing in the Harbour
Photo: Dick Spooner
Sailing in the Harbour
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Middle Falls - Pigeon River
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Middle Falls - Pigeon River
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Moose on a Wilderness Lake
North of Superior Tourism
Moose on a Wilderness Lake
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Thunder Bay Country Club
Photo: Dick Spooner
Thunder Bay Country Club
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Mt. McKay & the Nor'Westers
Photo: Dick Spooner
Mt. McKay & the Nor'Westers
Hi-Res | Lo-Res
Ouimet Canyon
Photo: Dick Spooner
Ouimet Canyon
Hi-Res | Lo-Res
View from Sibley Peninsula
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
View from Sibley Peninsula
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Hiking Lake Superior Shores
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Hiking Lake Superior Shores
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Lake Superior Sunset
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Lake Superior Sunset
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Wilderness Lake at Dusk
Photo: Barry Wojciechowski
Wilderness Lake at Dusk
Hi-Res | Lo-Res

HOW TO USE THE IMAGES

The images will be provided in both high and low resolution, in jpeg format.

  • Low-resolution images - 72 ppi, appropriate for on-screen use - i.e. website development
  • High Resolution Images - 300 ppi, appropriate for print purposes - i.e. brochures, magazine ads

    Downloaded iimages will need to be converted to CMYK and re-saved in .tiff or .eps format before using in documents.