Photos taken by David Stanley on a 2017 road trip through Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Canda.
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The East Gate of Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba, Canada, was built in 1935 as part of a depression era relief project.
St Antoine de Padoue Church (1884) and its rectory were among the few buildings at Batoche National Historic Site in central Saskatchewan spared by Canadian troops during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.
In summer local residents flock to Manitou Beach on Little Manitou Lake in central Saskatchewan, Canada. The lake water is three times saltier than the world's oceans.
White-tailed deer inhabit Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area, North America's oldest bird sanctuary, near Simpson, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Ontario-style barn (1907) at the Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site near Abernethy, Saskatchewan, commemorates agricultural development on the Canadian prairies prior to 1914.
Examples of the largest land mammal native to the Western Hemisphere can be seen in the bison paddock at Lake Audy in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada,
A park interpreter recreates the 1850s by marshalling his troops at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site on the Red River in Manitoba, Canada.
Unlike the brown pelican which dives for food, American white pelicans hunt as a group while swimming. These birds seen on the Red River at Lockport, Manitoba, Canada, migrate south in winter.
In summer American white pelicans congregate below the St Andrews Lock and Dam (1910) on the Red River at Lockport, Manitoba, Canada
The Golden Boy atop the Legislative Building in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, carries a torch in his right hand and a sheaf of wheat in his left.
The stylish Esplanade Riel Footbridge (2003) crosses the Red River from St Boniface to The Forks at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
The Leo Mol Sculpture Garden is a highlight of Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.