Badlands, Buttes and Boisterous Forest
Southern Saskatchewan's breathtaking landscapes surprise, amaze and inspire. From badlands where dinosaurs once roamed to whispering lodgepole pine forests, the diverse geographic features entice travellers and spark the imagination.
Classic Saskatchewan landscapes and symbols, such as colourful crops or iconic prairie grain elevator, are inspiration to photographers.
Saskatchewan is truly the Land of Living Skies. Day or night, the spectacle is nothing short of astonishing. For stargazers who want to learn more about the universe, this is the place to be.
Suddenly, the view changes. Buttes peak out from the earth and a rolling hillside transforms the view.
We left the grasslands and discovered a forested wilderness in Cypress Hills Yesterday. @tourismsask #exploresask @brendanvanson stepped out from behind the lens to paddle a kayak around Loch Levin, while I raced around collecting a few different images. It's always fun traveling with a second photographer, as it gives you a model for images and they can also help share their own ideas!
Photographers Brendan van Son and Jeff Bartlett recently travelled through southwest Saskatchewan. Check out their Instagram accounts and Jeff's story below for more photos: