Winnipeg, Manitoba Photo Gallery

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A beard contest, part of the Voyageur festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba that celebrates the first settlers of the city. Max Hartshorne photos.

A beard contest, part of the Voyageur festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba that celebrates the first settlers of the city. Max Hartshorne photos.

A warming hut on the Red River.

A warming hut on the Red River.

Snow sculptures at the Festival.

Snow sculptures at the Festival.

Locals dressed in their best Voyageur costumes at the Festival du Voyageurs in Winnipeg.

Locals dressed in their best Voyageur costumes at the Festival du Voyageurs in Winnipeg.

A costumed voyageur, French fur trappers who settled Winnipeg.

A costumed voyageur, French fur trappers who settled Winnipeg.

The Royal Bank Union Tower is a symbol of the incredible wealth that made Winnipeg the richest city in Canada during the 1920s.

The Royal Bank Union Tower is a symbol of the incredible wealth that made Winnipeg the richest city in Canada during the 1920s.

Fans waiting in line to hear Royal Canoe at the Festival du Voyageurs, Winnipeg.

Fans waiting in line to hear Royal Canoe at the Festival du Voyageurs, Winnipeg.

A statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the new Human Rights Museum at The Forks.

A statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the new Human Rights Museum at The Forks.

A goalie for the Winnipeg Jets during an outdoor practice on the river in Winnipeg.

A goalie for the Winnipeg Jets during an outdoor practice on the river in Winnipeg.

A Siberian tiger at the Assiniboine Park zoo, where a polar bear exhibit is being built.

A Siberian tiger at the Assiniboine Park zoo, where a polar bear exhibit is being built.

The Capital Building in Winnipeg.

The Capital Building in Winnipeg.

The impressive building that serves as the provincial capital in Winnipeg, designed by Frank Worthington Simon. photos by Max Hartshorne

The impressive building that serves as the provincial capital in Winnipeg, designed by Frank Worthington Simon. photos by Max Hartshorne

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Max Hartshorne
Max Hartshorne has been the editor and publisher of GoNOMAD Travel in South Deerfield Mass since 2002. He worked for newspapers and other sales positions for 23 years until he finally got what he wanted, and became the editor at GoNOMAD. He travels regularly, enjoys publishing new writers, and watching his grandchildren grow up.