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A Panoramic View of Yoho National Park By Carl Brownell & Golden Graphx
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A self published book by Photographer Carl Brownell, (Golden Graphx). All of his favorite panoramas of Yoho National Park, BC in one great collection. Yoho is a small Park in the Canadian Rockies... More > situated just West of Banff along the Alberta/BC boarder. See Yoho uniquely portrayed like its never been seen before!< Less
A Panoramic View of Yoho National Park - Through the Lens of Carl Brownell - eBook By Carl Brownell
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A self published ebook by Photographer Carl Brownell, (Joe-Lynn Design). Its full of 40 of his favorite panoramas of Yoho National Park, BC in one great collection. (52 Pages). Yoho is a small Park... More > in the Canadian Rockies situated just West of Banff along the Alberta/BC boarder. See Yoho uniquely portrayed like its never been seen before!< Less
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TRAVEL IMAGES By Michael Jenner
eBook (PDF): $3.06
The material for this book came together in the course of two writing and photo trips that covered a broadly similar route between Jasper and Banff via Lake Louise. But the seasonal conditions could... More > not have been more contrasting: the height of summer and the depth of winter. The resulting images are presented with minimal commentary to let the Canadian Rockies speak for themselves through some of the many places and people that caught my eye. The sepia tone aims to give the the feel of a timeless documentary travelogue unfolding.< Less
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TRAVEL IMAGES By Michael Jenner
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The material for this book came together in the course of two writing and photo trips that covered a broadly similar route between Jasper and Banff via Lake Louise. But the seasonal conditions could... More > not have been more contrasting: the height of summer and the depth of winter. The resulting images are presented with minimal commentary to let the Canadian Rockies speak for themselves through some of the many places and people that caught my eye. The sepia tone aims to give the the feel of a timeless documentary travelogue unfolding.< Less
A Panoramic View of Yoho National Park - Through the Lens of Carl Brownell By Carl Brownell & Joe-Lynn Design
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A self published book by Photographer Carl Brownell, (Joe-Lynn Design). Its full of 40 of his favorite panoramas of Yoho National Park, BC in one great collection. (52 Pages). Yoho is a small Park in... More > the Canadian Rockies situated just West of Banff along the Alberta/BC boarder. See Yoho uniquely portrayed like its never been seen before!< Less
Black and White: Home Town Memories By David Menary
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An evocative look, through black and white photographs and artwork, at the area in and around Cambridge Ontario, with a few additional photographs taken in New York City, Dearborn, Michigan, Banff,... More > Alberta and Niagara Falls, Ontario. This collection includes historic buildings and beautiful scenery along the Grand River, a Canadian heritage river that runs through Waterloo Region.< Less
Reta Summers Cowley: An Independent View By The GALLERY / art placement inc
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We are pleased to present "An Independent View" which features a selection of watercolours and oil panels by Reta Summers Cowley (1910-2004). Regarded as one of Canada’s top... More > watercolourists, she studied art under several generations of major teachers from the west: Augustus Kenderdine at Emma Lake in the late 1930s, Walter Phillips at the Banff School of Fine Arts in the 1940s, and Eli Bornstein at the University of Saskatchewan in the early 1950s. Her unique approach to the landscape over six decades continues to resonate with prairie painters.< Less
The Cordillera - Volume 10 By Christopher Bennett
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Each June the world’s toughest mountain bike race is held. Covering some 2,700 miles with over 170,000 feet of climbing, the race course follows dirt roads, muddy tracks and snow covered... More > mountains along the Continental Divide from Banff Canada to the Mexican border at Antelope Wells New Mexico. This is the Tour Divide, a unique race where the clock never stops and outside support is forbidden. It is the rider and their bike against the elements—and the internal demons. The Cordillera is the journal of the Tour Divide. The Cordillera Volume 10 shares the stories of the successes, and challenges, of the 2018 Tour Divide.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 8. Canada Travel Guide (a Framework of Websites for the Nation & Every Local Area, Covers Tourist Attractions, Hotels, Events, Etc.) By Tony Kelbrat
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A great part of the attraction of Canada has to do with the great outdoors with the scenery, the wide open spaces, the hunting, fishing, camping, etc. Canada is the second biggest country in the... More > world and most of it is wide open forest. There are roughly one tenth the number of people living in Canada as in the United States and the winters are generally cold so most of the tourism occurs during the summer months although many people come in the winter to ski, hike, etc. July 1st is Canada's Confederation Day. The coolest places and events in Canada are as follows: Banff, Alberta. Calgary Stampede, big rodeo Canadian arctic, northern lights, polar bears. Montreal Jazz Festival Ottawa, ON, capital of Canada. Quebec City, Quebec, city most like old Europe, winter carnival in February. Vancouver, BC, beautiful city. Wasaga Beach, north of Toronto Try #917 at the library for books about Canada.< Less
Virginia and Alberta by RV By Jan Young
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This book recounts our 2017 travels from Wisconsin east through Virginia and then west across the Great Plains to Alberta and the Canadian Rockies. The book tells of the sights we saw, the... More > campgrounds we found, and the surprises, both positive and negative. It provides maps that show where we went and includes numerous full color photographs of our journey. Some of the amazing sights we saw included Virginia’s Natural Bridge, both historic Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg, and Luray Caverns in the east along with Theodore Roosevelt and Glacier National Parks in the west and the Canadian Rockies in the areas of Banff and Lake Louise. Our visits to these sites are recounted in the book together with a detailed listing of more than fifty other attractions we visited and the forty-five campsites where we stayed. The book includes seventy full color photos and maps that show our route.< Less

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