A Photographer's Dream
NOTE: As of April, 2019, public access was closed to the Sand Castle and Sunken Hill on the south shore of Lake Diefenbaker. Check with Tourism Saskatchewan to see if there are any updates on access.
Saskatchewan is a photographer's dream, with ruggedly beautiful native prairie, some of Canada's baddest badlands, breathtaking wildlife spectacles, and legendary northern waterways brimming with jaw-dropping scenery. Saskatchewan is the sand dune capital of Canada - home to both the largest and second largest dune fields in the country. Our sunrises and sunsets are simply the most dazzling on the planet. Then there are those enchanting hidden gems that seem straight from the pages of a fantasy novel.
With a focus on nature, wildlife and awesome landscapes, award-winning writers and photographers, Robin and Arlene Karpan, guide you to their favourite haunts throughout the province, from prominent national and provincial parks to little-known photogenic treasures. Supplemented by maps, GPS coordinates, and 250 stunning photographs, the 208-page book not only takes you to photogenic hot spots, but also reveals what you need to know to capture amazing images.
Whether you're an accomplished photographer expanding your horizons, or you simply want better mementos of your vacation, the Photographer's Guide to Saskatchewan helps you find Saskatchewan's best.
Photographer's Guide to Saskatchewan
by Robin and Arlene Karpan
$24.95 soft cover • 6 x 9 • 208 pages
250 colour photos
Printed on Forestry Stewardship Council certified paper stock
Bestselling book storewide in 2012 at the large McNally Robinson Booksellers in Saskatoon, SK, and second bestselling in 2013.
Number 1 bestselling book for 2012 in the Local Interest category in the Indigo/Chapters/Coles chain for all stores combined in the Saskatchewan/Manitoba region.
Number 1 bestselling Saskatchewan-published book in 2012 and 2013, according to the Saskatchewan Publishers Group (SaskBooks).
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