Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Meet the lesser known Saskatchewan

Badlands Outing 4_reducedThis is a summer without an official get-away holiday for us. But it is not holding us back from exploring our own province.

Close to home, about a 90 minute drive from where we live, are the Avonlea Badlands. Early July 2014 and 2015 I spent in Drumheller teaching and judging. Sadly “Quilting in the Badlands” didn’t happen this year. When the desire to explore some stunning geological formations arose we joined the local camera club on their summer evening outing and found another well kept secret of the province!

Check out a brief report with detailed photos of our excursion here.

Enjoy!

This entry was published on July 25, 2016 at 8:40 pm. It’s filed under Art, Creativity Update, In the News, Journaling, Landscape photography, Nature photography, Nature's Art, Networking, Sharing Resources, Something to Smile About, staying in touch, Travel and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Meet the lesser known Saskatchewan

  1. Judith K.H. on said:

    What a plethora of fantastic photos Anna! One almost expects to see huge amorphous creatures with very long toes rising up among the geological formations. Clearly nothing but actually going there will suffice now that you have introduced us to this fascinating area of Saskatchewan. Thank you so much.

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    • Thank you, Judith. We had a fantastic time. We had so much fun that we returned earlier this week for a Milky Way shoot. What a treat it was. I will be posting images soon! And you must take a drive to see the Avonlea Badlands. Bring sturdy footwear – the Prickly Pear cacti are abundant!

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  2. Helene on said:

    Thanks so much for this Anna! Your photos are gorgeous! And timely –
    I’m just now working on a piece called “The Badlands” and am in need of more inspiration. I just may take a ride out there myself after AQC!

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