Sunday Canadian Travel Video: A Saskatchewan Sunset

One of the things I miss most about my home province of Saskatchewan is catching the famous Saskatchewan sunsets. There’s a reason why they call this province the “Land of the Living Skies”. Matthew Garand managed to capture a piece of that, so hats off to him for that. Despite the beauty of this time lapse, videos don’t do these sunsets justice. Experiencing a Saskatchewan Sunset, be it Winter or Summer, is something else. Pull over on a gravel road as the sun begins to fall, and prepare for a sight you’ll never forget.

Sunset Timelapse (2010) from Matthew Garand on Vimeo.

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  • http://www.shorttraveltips.com Vi @ Travel Tips

    I should start taking time laps videos too. I love them.

    • http://ibackpackcanada.com Corbin Fraser

      They’re incredible! I’ve got the proper equipment to do them, but rarely seem to be able to leave my camera out in the open that long. Someday!

  • http://travelerahoy.com Alouise

    Beautiful video. Completely agree with your opinion, seeing a Saskatchewan sunset in person is something else completely.

    • http://ibackpackcanada.com Corbin Fraser

      Thanks Alouise! When do you plan on heading back to Saskatchewan? I think im doing a visit in September.

      • http://travelerahoy.com Alouise

        I went to Saskatoon in May to visit family. I’d like to go back before I go to school in September but I don’t think I’ll have time.

        • http://ibackpackcanada.com Corbin Fraser

          I hear ya! Well if you’re ever there when I am we’ll have to meet up for a beer!

    • Emily Warren654

      I agree with you Alouise. Seeing in person such a beauty is a great experience for any of us, but this is a general rule, not just for the
      Saskatchewan

       
      sunset. Unfortunately we don’t have enough time to see all the beauties the world is offering.

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