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  • Hoodoos?

    Unusual rock formations are always appealing to me and my camera arsenal. Join me as I check out the Hoodoos! They rise out of the canyon walls all around the Drumheller valley; giant mushroom pillars of rock clinging to the flaky clay slopes. They are a magnet for tourists with expensive cameras and spoiled children.
  • World's Largest Dinosaur - Summer Road Trip - LomoStop #1

    World's Largest Dinosaur - Summer Road Trip - LomoStop #1
    In July 2009 I took an 8000 km road trip with my wife, two young children, and my mother- and father-in-law. Yes. That sounds a little crazy - but in order to keep my sanity (and test theirs) - I took along 10 cameras and 40 rolls of film. We passed through 10 American states and 3 Canadian provinces, and only ran over 1 wild pheasant. This was our first notable stop.
  • Star Mine Suspension Bridge

    Star Mine Suspension Bridge
    A non-dinosaur related tourist attraction in the Drumheller badlands, Walk across, walk back. This is one of those under-sanitized tourist attractions. No admission fee. No guides or guards. No fence to draw the line between touring and trespassing.
  • The Bridges to Wayne, Alberta

    The Bridges to Wayne, Alberta
    This is a story of crossing eleven bridges in 6 kilometres and discovering the hamlet of Wayne - population 27. Wayne is a hamlet in the Canadian province of Alberta. Once home to thousands of coal miners and residents who worked in support of this industry, now home to 27, according to the changeable sign near the saloon.
  • Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta

    Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Alberta
    Drumheller, Alberta has been a haven for dinosaur lovers for decades. Sooner or later they all end up at the world class paleontology centre, the Royal Tyrrell Museum.
  • Rest-A-While B&B: Middle of Nowhere, Alberta

    Rest-A-While B&B: Middle of Nowhere, Alberta
    An annual trek to the middle of nowhere to meet up with old friends, eat quality food, drink quality beer, and play quality board games.
  • Subindo nas Hoodoos?

    Subindo nas Hoodoos?
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Incomuns formações rochosas são sempre atraente para eu e meu arsenal câmera. Junte-me consosco verificar o Hoodoos! Eles levantam-se fora das paredes todo o vale Drumheller; pilares com formatos de cogumelo gigante de rocha. Eles são um ímã para turistas com câmeras caras e crianças mimadas.

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