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Country roads feel like home for any Saskatchewan person, southwest Saskatchewan
Photo taken while fly fishing in South Western SK. An angler takes a moment to tie on a new fly and survey the bend in the creek for fish holding habitat. Rainbow, Brown and Brook Trout call these waters home.
The Great Sandhills Ecological Reserve in southwestern SK is one of the largest active dune systems in Canada. Home to unique wildlife and an ever-changing horizon, the Sandhills are a hidden gem in Saskatchewan’s landscape.
Native mixed-grass prairie in fall colours south of Glentworth, SK.
Not Another Wheat Field
Saskatchewan might be Canada’s Bread Basket, but contrary to popular belief there’s more than just fields here. A boardwalk cuts through the boreal forest in Prince Albert National Park, SK.
I took the picture when I went to Northern Saskatchewan with some of my lab mates to help with field work. It snowed overnight while we were there and I thought it made the forest look really pretty.
William River, Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park, SK.
Waskesiu River Trail, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan
Setting a cross country ski track in the back yard for some fun Saskatchewan winter activities, just south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Thunder creek valley SK
This was taken late summer at the Sand Castle area near Beechy
Who said that we need either an ocean or a mountain when we have blue lakes and colorful boreal forest? Aerial photo taken in the Saskatchewan Boreal Shield in fall 2016
Snowy scene in Prince Albert National Park
Place: Grasslands National Park
Where the prairie turns into coulees… or coulees into prairie
July storm in the Lake Diefenbaker area near Davidson
Sunset over fresh snowfall on a cold winter day.
Photo taken in Southeast Saskatchewan near Wapella in Dec 2016.
Information: Frigid winter temperatures can sometimes bring clear skies and great sunsets to Saskatchewan. Here, the setting sun creates shadows that accentuate the foot prints left in the snow possibly by whitetail deer and coyote.
What is that shadowy place ? This is ALBERTA, you must never go there.
Cypress Hills (Saskatchewan Part)