Ni Wapataenan means 'we see' and is the name of the art installation in Edmonton where 40 red dresses hang and flutter in the wind in an act of remembrance and reconciliation. 40 dresses that bear testimony to the heartbreak and tragedy of Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women. I was honored to be asked to capture the ceremony. I took a fair view photos over the hour or so and this is one that stands out for me. Perhaps it is the vibrancy of the red colour against the richness of the blue sky, or the grace of the movement as the fabric dances in the wind. It's so very alive. So very very alive.