Like Manitoba, Saskatchewan is part of the Great Prairies region, with huge flat expanses of land covered by endless cereal crops. This is the "granary of Canada". The hills, then mountains, surrounded by lakes, forests and rivers, are more to the north, above the two big cities. This is a majestic scenery that is desert-like and golden in the valleys, like the scenery in cowboy films, with vast endless expanses of land. The Badlands: Big Muddy, Moose Mountain and Castle Butte are immense territories with incredible sandy expanses of land. Nature seems to revive towards the mountains, like the Manito Sandhills or Cypress Hills. This is the kingdom of lush forests with rapid rivers.
A lonesome tree is surrounded by active dunes© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
A farmer enjoys the view from his field of wheat as the sun goes down on another day in Saskatchewan© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
Landscapes such as this one are typical in Saskatchewan, one of three prairie provinces in Canada© ©Tyler Olson / age fotostock
Another typical scenic landscape in the priarie state of Saskatchewan© Carson Ganci / age fotostock
A remarkable shot showing a stroke of lightening seen from a farm© Carson Ganci / age fotostock