Happy Canada Day
Shareable, unique images created from a mix of photos that represent Canada from coast to coast. The Great White North is beautiful!
Flora, fauna, and architecture representative of the Maritime provinces – Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.
(Newfoundland and Labrador – Gros Morne National Park & Moose)
(Nova Scotia – Peggy’s Cove Lobster Traps & Fox)
(Nova Scotia – Cape Breton Island & Puffins)
(Prince Edward Island – Lupin Meadow & Standing Fox)
(New Brunswick – Covered Bridge, Hartland N.B. & Lynx)
Of course, Canada shares a lot of the same types of landscapes, birds, and wild animals with our American neighbours.
Ontario and Quebec are the two most populated provinces in Canada, home to world heritage sites (Old Quebec City) and a natural wonder of the world (Niagara Falls).
(Ontario – Niagara Falls & Canadian Flag)
(Quebec – Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City & Snowy Owl)
The prairies – Manitoba and Saskatchewan – are more than wheat field. They have an abundance of native flowers, animals, and birds.
(Saskatchewan – Wheat Fields & Elk)
(Manitoba – Canadian Flag & Polar Bears)
For breathtaking vistas, the Rocky Mountains, foothills, and West Coast of Canada on the Pacific Ocean will not disappoint. Alberta and British Columbia have amazing scenery and wildlife.
(Alberta – Lake Louise & Moose)
(Alberta – Foothills, Wagon & Bison)
(British Columbia – Earl’s Cove & Black Bear)
(British Columbia – Shushwap Lake / Unna Lake & Moose)
The Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and the Yukon have so much more to offer than just the “Frozen North”.
(Yukon – Kluane National Park and Reserve & Arctic Fox)
(Nunavut – Pangnirtung Fjord, Baffin Island & Polar Bears)
(Northwest Territories – Northern Lights, Yellowknife & Snowshoe Hare)
Please include a link to www.50plusworld.com if you use or share one of these unique Canada Day blended photos, © 2021 Anita Hamilton.
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Source photo credits:
Peggy’s Cove N.S. Lobster Traps; P.E.I. Lupin Meadow; Quebec City Chateau Frontenac; Hartland N.B. Covered Bridge; Cape Breton Island; – © 2021 Anita Hamilton
Additional Source Photo Credits via Unsplash:
Gros Morne National Park – Krista Kankula / Moose – JP Valery
Puffins & Fox – Ray Hennessy
Lynx – Zdenek Machacek
Niagara Falls – Sergey Pesterev
Snowy Owl – Todd Steitle
Lake Louise – Mark Koch / Moose – Anna Marcia;
Saskatchewan Wheat Field – Tasha Lyn
Elk/Deer – Max Saeling
Polar Bears – Hans-Jurgen Mager
Alberta Foothills & Wagon – Stephen Hui / Bison – Jon Sailer
Earl’s Cove B.C. – Lucas Mitchell / Black Bear – Pete Nuji
Shushwap Lake B.C. – Trevor McKinnon / Unna Lake & Moose – Lesly Derksen
Pangnirtung Fjord, Baffin Island, Nunavut – Isaac Demeester
Northern Lights, Yellowknife N.W.T. – Lotus Raphael
Kluane National Park – Kalen Emsley
Arctic Fox – Sridhar Chilimuri