The National Parks of Canada, numbering 44, is a legacy of our love for natural spaces. I'm an amateur photographer taking photos of what inspires me. The photos I took are mostly from Prince Albert National Park in northern Saskatchewan. My blog post is just a humble contribution, a recognition of my awe and wonder. To check out more photos from other contributors check out National Geographic.

Sunrise at 4:26am

Sunrise at 4:26am

Filming with my friend Jannica for Grey Owl International Film Festival at Waskesiu

Filming with my friend Jannica for Grey Owl International Film Festival at Waskesiu

Parks Canada branded red chairs

Parks Canada branded red chairs

A poem by Robert Frost resonates with me:

The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
— Robert Frost (Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening))

Our forests, natural spaces, and their inhabitants are indeed at risk now due to over population (humans, duh), climate change, and several other factors. It might need some reimagining our future in order to create a sustainable living space we call home.

To be continued...


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