Saskatchewan Canada (2)

Saskatchewan is known for its’ wide flat land.

A common joke is that “You can watch the dog run away from home for hours.”

 A common joke is that “You can watch the dog run away from home for hours.”



A lonely bale of hay.



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Canola fields




Sunset on the prairies




Winter. The only colours visible on an overcast day is white, grey, brown and black.




It’s an overcast day




The crooked bush. The grove of deformed trees, located near Hafford, SK., has been a curiosity for a large number of geneticists. From genetic mutation to alien visits were used as explanation for these trees. (I liked the alien idea myself.)




A stone angel sits amongst the trees




A small lakes surrounded by evergreen trees are predominant in Northern Saskatchewan. This area is Elk Ridge, which is a small Golf Community.




In Northern Saskatchewan, the foliage is deep in greenery.




A closeup view of the beautiful north




Mushrooms that are probably not edible but sure are pretty




Waskesiu Lake is part of the Prince Albert National Park. This park is one of the most popular summer resort in Saskatchewan.




Waskesui Lake




Not only evergreens cover the north, Birch trees are in abundance.




and bogs



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