The north shore of Lake Superior abounds in photogenic places, with Neys Provincial Park being among the best spots to spend a night or two, especially if you’re a photographer. The location couldn’t be more convenient – just off the Trans Canada Highway on the rugged Coldwell Peninsula, and right on one of the finest […]
Bright yellow canola fields almost beg to be photographed. Saskatchewan, on the Canadian Prairies, is the world’s largest canola producer. Here’s some of our favourite areas to find the crop.
Badlands are among the most compelling and photogenic landscapes — solitary buttes standing in defiance of centuries of erosion, stone-capped hoodoos, sage and cactus seeking moist cracks in sun-baked soil, and weather-beaten formations mimicking abstract art. Fortunately, many of Canada’s baddest badlands are right here in Saskatchewan. Big Muddy Badlands The Big Muddy Badlands combine […]
For the last two years, Angkor Wat was chosen as the World’s Top Landmark in Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards. This ancient city in northwestern Cambodia has risen from near obscurity during the bad old days of wars and political turmoil in the late 20th century to become one of the most popular tourist destinations […]
Black & white wildlife photography is making a big comeback, although monochrome aficionados will argue that it never went away. Many photographers are rediscovering black & white’s timeless and classical look, which has the ability to portray more emotion through forms, tones, and bold compositions. Colour is often an essential part of the story of […]
We recently got back from Alberta’s Red Rock Coulee – one of the most unusual and photogenic spots on the Canadian prairies. We did a posting on this remarkable spot over a year ago, so it’s time for an update. We were extremely impressed by our first visit, our only regret being that clouds […]