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Saskatchewan – A province to photograph in all seasons (Cover Story preview)

©Ian McGregor Approaching Wascana storm Gear/Settings: Nikon D810, focal length 14mm, ƒ9@1/320 sec., ISO 64

©Ian McGregor
Approaching Wascana storm
Gear/Settings: Nikon D810, focal length 14mm, ƒ9@1/320 sec., ISO 64

Story and photography by Ian McGregor

While many will associate Saskatchewan with an expansive Prairie landscape, photographer Ian McGregor is here to tell us much of the province is anything but flat. From thick forests and lakes to sand dunes and badlands, McGregor reveals that the western province has a little something for every photographer’s unique interests …

To read more of Ian McGregor’s article in this issue please pick up the Spring/Summer 2017 (#41) issue of OPC. Or to never miss an issue please SUBSCRIBE today!

 

 

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