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Monday, October 7, 2013

His world was fascinating last Tuesday

My husband stopped at Dinosaur Provincial Park last Tuesday, on his way home from a business trip.
He hiked 4 of the park's 5 trails, and took many photos of the badlands scenery.
As the sign says, this kind of terrain is unusual in most of Canada. In southeastern Alberta, not as much.

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Photos
by
Richard
Schear
October 1,
2013





Red Deer River






9 comments:

Cynthia said...

It looks like the moon or anothe planet in some of the photos.

Indrani said...

Amazing landscape, the layers of history so evident. Interesting information in the boards.

Betty Luckhurst said...

Those are some amazing scenes! I have heard of the badlands in the US (mostly old westerns) but never got to see them. Thanks for sharing your shots.

Kay said...

Wow! I didn't know Canada had a badlands. How wonderful! Dick sure does get around.

ladyfi said...

What an amazing place! Lovely shots too.

Cezar and Léia said...

I would love to visit this park!Richard is a talented photographer, all pictures are fabulous!
Léia

Electra said...

Great shots, Kay. I live in Cochrane and love the badlands!!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
This was fascinating - and also had a bit of de ja vu, for this resembles the Burren area of County Clare, Eire - yet also very different. Great Our World Post!!! YAM xx

Mara said...

I will definitely go back some day soon (when I have some money again that is).