Tag Archives: Travel and Tourism


Wind Power

Every time I do a tour of southern Alberta, I find that the number of wind turbines have grown. Sprouting like massive metallic blooms on crests of hills, these are part of the path that will eventually […]

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Red Rock Coulee Update

I have reworked some images, and added more, so the Red Rock Coulee gallery now has a new look. Some of the new images are subtler, placing more emphasis on the antediluvian atmosphere that permeates […]

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Grasslands National Park

Rainy, blustery weather greeted me on my trip to south Saskatchewan in late May of this year. I spent 5 days in Grasslands National Park, trying to make the most of it. One dawn provided […]

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Dawn in the Badlands

After a week of tumultuous weather in Grasslands National Park, it was nice to get up to Dinosaur Provincial Park and experience better conditions. In this photograph the rosy glow of dawn illuminates the shredding […]

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Red Rock Coulee

I’ve updated the Red Rock Coulee gallery. Many of the images made that day were during the evening when the red rocks were glowing in the warmth of a fiery sunset.    

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