Posts Tagged "sky"

The Tornado Hunter comes to Saskatoon

Posted by on 9. February 2014 in Blog / Journal, News & Events | Comments Off on The Tornado Hunter comes to Saskatoon

The Tornado Hunter comes to Saskatoon

Greg Johnson a.k.a. The Tornado Hunter will give a public presentation at the  Saskatoon Camera Club meeting this upcoming Tuesday, February 11, 2014. Time: 7 – 9 p.m. Location: Mayfair United Church, 902 33rd Street West, Saskatoon Source: Saskatoon Camera Club This could be an intriguing & inspirational talk (disclaimer: do not attempt to do what he does in his spare time without the proper training & equipment – be warned).    ...

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70 Mile Butte at sunset, Grasslands National Park

Posted by on 7. July 2013 in Grasslands National Park | 3 comments

70 Mile Butte at sunset, Grasslands National Park

Sunset at 70 Mile Butte in the West Block of Grasslands National Park. I took this image on the last day of a week-long trip in mid June of 2013. Although the weather was very unstable, I did not get too many days with interesting skies or cloud formations. Most of the time it was gray and uniformly overcast. That evening, everything came together and I was awarded with a glorious sunset. A composite HDR image made of 3 separate exposures. The location is just a short walk from the parking lot leading to the 70 Mile Butte hiking trail. Back to the Grasslands National Park photo...

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Winter on the prairies – Grasslands National Park

Posted by on 31. December 2012 in Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan | Comments Off on Winter on the prairies – Grasslands National Park

Winter on the prairies – Grasslands National Park

Snow-covered hills in Frenchman River Valley – West Block of Grasslands National Park. This photograph was taken after a late spring snow storm south of the old Larson’s homestead (this is an older image from the archives). Friends told me that they got a “lot of snow” in Val Marie so I went south and spent a weekend photographing in the park. It does not looks much, but for this (very dry) part of Saskatchewan, any moisture is received with joy. Back to the Grasslands National Park photo...

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