Photographer's Note

Again, another picture from the Prairies. Sees that I really enjoy the prairies. The place is near Regina. The harvest was almost done at this time. So there was not much to see from it. The quality of the picture is very bad, I know: Not sharp enough, bad colours... The original picture was very dark because I almost had the light in front, so I had to do some post production, which put more light but did not improve the quality. But I like the perspective and the sky and the endless horizon. And then I thought the motto of TE is to learn about the earth and not to show high quality photos. So I hope some of you like to see this place in a picture and like it. Saskatchewan is really flatland. In the southern region of the province you might find only places like this (except the Cypress Hills in the southwestern region on the border to Alberta (some from the region might say that there are more different places in the province. It´s big so I hve for sure not seen the whole privince. So you can find woods and lakes in the northern region.

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