WIN a Copy of the Photographer’s Guide to Saskatchewan

Photographer's Guide to Saskatchewan contest

The Winner is announced. Congratulations to Marija who will be receiving a copy of Photographer’s Guide to Saskatchewan. The draw was made using a random number generator. Thank you to all those who entered.

Photographer's Guide to Saskatchewan contest

To celebrate the upcoming holiday season, we’re giving away a copy of our book, the Photographer’s Guide to Saskatchewan. It’s a popular item for Christmas gift-giving, so what could be better than getting a copy free?

Saskatchewan is a photographer’s dream, with ruggedly beautiful native prairie, some of Canada’s baddest badlands, breathtaking wildlife spectacles, and legendary northern waterways brimming with jaw-dropping scenery. Saskatchewan is the sand dune capital of Canada – home to both the largest and second largest dune fields in the country. Our sunrises and sunsets are simply the most dazzling on the planet. Then there are those enchanting hidden gems that seem straight from the pages of a fantasy novel.

With a focus on nature, wildlife and awesome landscapes, award-winning writers and photographers, Robin and Arlene Karpan, guide you to their favourite haunts throughout the province, from prominent national and provincial parks to little-known photogenic treasures. Supplemented by maps, GPS coordinates, and 250 stunning photographs, the 208-page book not only takes you to awesome photo hot spots, but also reveals what you need to know to capture amazing images.

Check out this posting for a more detailed description of the Photographer’s Guide to Saskatchewan.

Also see more about the guide and how to order copies at Parkland Publishing.

How to Enter

• Subscribe to (if you’re already subscribed, you’re halfway there). Sign up below in the footer, or on the sidebar.
• Go to the comments section below in this posting and tell us what is your favourite place in Saskatchewan for photography. There is no right or wrong answer – all places indicated are equally valid entries. That’s all there is to it. One entry per person.
• On Nov. 12, 2021, we will draw from all valid entries and contact the winner by email for a mailing address to ship the book. In order to comply with Canadian contest regulations, the winner will be required to answer a skill-testing question. The winner’s first name only will be announced.

Contest Rules

• The contest is open to all subscribers who are Canadian residents at least 18 years of age and have a mailing address in Canada (because of different contest regulations in Quebec, this contest is not open to residents of Quebec).
• The prize is one copy of the book, Photographer’s Guide to Saskatchewan, with a value of $24.95. The book will be sent to the winner postage paid.
• No purchase is necessary to enter the contest.
• The draw will be based on valid entries received in the comments section of this posting between Nov. 4 and Nov. 12, 2021.
• Chances of winning will depend on the number of valid entries received.
• The contest is sponsored by Parkland Publishing.
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Photographer's Guide to Saskatchewan contest

43 thoughts on “WIN a Copy of the Photographer’s Guide to Saskatchewan

  1. Waskesiu is my favorite place to photograph in Saskatchewan so far! The wildlife and the scenery is stunning year round.

  2. Following a tiny corner of the SE through my 89 yr old Dad’s eyes where he grew up in a railroad family …. Menhem, Prelate, Richmound are a few of his childhood memories & it is fun to listen to his stories as he tries to match then to now.

  3. Looking forward to exploring many areas of the province we have not yet visited over the years. The Big Muddy area and the Sand Dunes are on our bucket list.

  4. I love Saskatchewan. Moose Jaw, Buffalo Pound, Q’appelle valley, Duck Lake, Batoche, love them all. How about The history it is all consuming, They say Saskatchewan is flat, (we know that’s not true) have they checked out the country roads around Battleford. I am a senior and a hobbyist painter. I take photos, and then try to paint my interpretation of them. I just recently stubbled onto your site, and I am so blown away with your photographs. Currently trying to paint a Ukraininian church (own photo). G ive me North Battleford, and Battleford, Telegraph Flats, the river, that whole area has a great pull for me. You make the Province and the people of Saskatchewan very proud. Thank you.

  5. Cypress Hills- especially the West Block. But the Great Sand Hills and Grasslands National Park are close runners-up.

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