People & Culture

In a Snap: May/June 2021

Handpicked shots of Canada's beauty from our Can Geo photo community on Instagram

  • May 14, 2021
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In each issue of Canadian Geographic, we select a handful of photos from our photo community on Instagram to showcase the beauty of our country — as captured by you. Here are the photos that appeared in the magazine for our May/June 2021 issue.

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Photo: Alisha Postma/@divebuddies4life
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Photo: Greg Johnson/@tornadogreg
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Photo: Insung Peak/@insungpic
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Photo: Jason Pettit/@jasonpettit.photography
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Photo: Stuart Clarke/@raincoastphoto
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