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Discovering Canada — Tallgrass Prairie (preview)

©Mike Grandmaison Big bluestem grass in Tolstoi Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, MB Settings: ƒ18@1/20sec., ISO 200, 13mm focal length

©Mike Grandmaison
Big bluestem grass in Tolstoi Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, MB
Settings: ƒ18@1/20sec., ISO 200, 13mm focal length

Story and Photography by Mike Grandmaison

Don’t let the name fool you — Manitoba’s tallgrass prairie has plenty to offer photographers beyond the obvious. In this issue, Mike Grandmaison  takes us through the ecosystem in the western province that may be dwindling in size, but still boasts an extraordinary variety of more than 150 plant species, from flowers and grasses to shrubs and trees.

To read more of Mike Grandmaison’s feature “Tallgrass Prairie” please pick up the January 2014 issue of OPC today, or subscribe!

 

 

 

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