Dinosaur Provincial Park

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Debra Plett

Gorgeous landscape shot Clifford with a great narrative.

Clifford Dupuis

thank you so much Debra, this is truly an amazing place to explore.


That some thing grat shot the coloer are some thing

Clifford Dupuis

thank you so much Jeff

Yves Langlois

Thanks for the onfo Clifford. I like very much the perspective you shows here to express the harsh terrain of the badlands. I am a bit jalous. I don't have those opportunities here in the south of Québec.

Clifford Dupuis

Thank you Yves. much appreciated, and yes I am pretty lucky here to have such a varied landscape all around, Mountains, Lakes, Prairie, and these awesome Badlands

Located 2½ hours east of Calgary, Alberta, along the Red Deer River, this provincial park was established in 1955. The park exhibits prairie grasslands, badlands, and 200-year-old riverside Cottonwoods. In addition, 58 Dinosaur species have been discovered and 500+ specimens removed and now displayed in museums worldwide. In 1979 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Taken By
Clifford Dupuis
Taken On
May 15, 2022
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