Natural landscapes: blooming in the badlands

SPRING FLOWERS AT DINOSAUR PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA

I arrived at this incredible place – a UNESCO World Heritage Site about two and a half hours drive southeast of my Calgary home – hoping to photograph in sunrise sunshine. Nope. The clouds didn’t break up ’til 11 a.m. So I improvised, finding intimate scenes like this and using the built-in camera flash to make them ‘pop’ against the big, BIG background.
Dinosaur Provincial Park is one of the richest dinosaur fossil areas on the planet. Forty species have been discovered at the park and more than 500 specimens have been removed and exhibited in museums around the globe.

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