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Alberta and the Great Sandhill Dunes

Today Nigel and I were headed over the Saskatchewan/Alberta border to check out a small town called Empress. With another day of chilly temps and cloudy skies it made for some great moody photographs. This […]

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A Detour

Since we were unable to catch a sunset at the Sandhill Dunes last night we decided to try for a sunrise today. At least that was the plan. When we awoke to cloudy skies our […]

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Braving -20°C temps Photographing the Boots in Great Sandhills, Saskatchewan

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Chilly Day on the Prairies

A few weeks ago when my friend Nigel Banks asked me if I wanted to do a quick trip to Saskatchewan for a couple of days I jumped at the chance. So late yesterday evening […]

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Spectacular Saskatchewan

Nigel invited me to explore Saskatchewan for a few days so I decided – Hells Ya I’m Going. So late last night we flew in to exceptionally chilly temps (-30ºC). It turns out that our […]

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Family Camping Weekend – Awenda PP

It’s that time of year again – Family & Friends Camping Weekend. Our annual trek to a nearby provincial park to catch up with family and friends as we get silly, take photos, hit the […]

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Icebergs and Big Heads

Our plan this morning had us backtracking to check out a Viking village my friend Nick had told me about. It was an old movie set that someone had on their property. I have to […]

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A Visit to Prince Edward

Prince Edward County is a headland found just south of Belleville on the waters of Lake Ontario.  Within this small headland lies three provincial parks: Lake on the Mountain, Sandbanks and North Beach. I decided to […]

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Provincial Parks of Lake Huron

After touring the parks of Lake Erie it was time to explore the ones along Lake Huron. My first and I have to say my favourite park of the day was MacGregor Provincial Park. I […]