Northern Saskatchewan’s wild rivers are home to many spectacularly beautiful waterfalls. Some are big and bold, taking your breath away as you stand on the brink or at the bottom and look up at the awesome power of thundering water. Others are more subtle – small, picture-perfect cataracts framed by the green boreal forest. What […]
We’re thrilled to have our photo of Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Sand Dunes featured on a new postage stamp. It’s part of Canada Post’s just released From Far and Wide 2020 stamp series featuring “Nine Must-See Canadian Sites”. This is a permanent domestic rate stamp good to use for years to come. It is also available as […]
Today we look back at our photo adventures from 2019 and pick out 19 of our favourite new landscape images. It was an eventful year, starting with parts of South Africa in the winter, a road trip along the north shore of Lake Superior and a northern Saskatchewan canoe trip in summer, heading to Montana […]
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.
Did you know that you can travel a third of the way across Saskatchewan while staying in the scenic Qu’Appelle Valley? The route parallels the Trans Canada Highway, just to the south, but is a world away. Despite this being one of the Canadian Prairie’s most stunning landscapes, travellers tend to see only bits and […]
What’s so special about Saskatchewan for landscape photography? The possibilities are as boundless as the Saskatchewan sky, with everything from herds of primeval bison roaming open grasslands of the deep south, to jaw-dropping remote waterfalls of the far north. In between are some of Canada’s baddest badlands, drifting dunes, enchanting river valleys, whimsically sculpted sandstone […]