Coulee At Writing On Stone
|Copyright: Jan Smith (lovenature)
|Date Taken: 1997-07|
|Camera: Canon EOS 500|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-07-09 9:03|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|WRITING ON STONE PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA CANADA|
There are three beautiful Coulee's at Writing On Stone, Davis, Humphry and Police. In this photo is the Davis coulee with the Sweet Grasshills in the background. The Davis Coulee is the shorter of the coulees, but still hold a abundance of life both animal and vegetation.
Native artifacts are abundant in this area. Petroglyphs and pictographs are everywhere. Guided tours are available to teach people the meaning of this rockart.
Several species reptiles that make their home at Writing On Stone are at risk, the Horned Lizard, Rattlesnake, Lepoard Frog. These species are disappearing from loss of habitat due to farming and other factors.
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Great quality light has given some beautiful warm colors and tones. I really like the composition and framing here. A excellent feeling of depth to this shot. Love Landsacapes!
Hello Janice, excllent landscape, I like this POV alot, TFS Kyle
- [2006-07-11 17:53]
Good landscape shot. Good colours, light and POV. Well done Janice
- [2006-07-18 21:21]
Nice landscape. The dramatic lighting really makes this shot.