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Your photos: Peaceful pics we’re loving right now

Photos that bring us peace from our Can Geo Photo Club members
  • Mar 23, 2020
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The past week has been a long year. 

With all that’s going on in the world, Can Geo staff have been craving a little peace. We’re grateful to the members of our Photo Club, who have continued to share beautiful landscape images that offer us a moment’s serenity and reprieve from the constant onslaught of COVID-19 news. 

We hope these photos help you switch off any anxieties for a few minutes and just enjoy the beauty of Canada from wherever you’ve found yourself these days.

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The sky at Killbear Provincial Park, Ont. shines red and gold during sunset. (Photo: Alayne Brisson/Can Geo Photo Club)
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Waves wash onto the beach at Prince Edward Island National Park. (Photo: Angela Vezina/Can Geo Photo Club) 
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A hidden, quiet corner of Lake Uniacke, Nova Scotia. (Photo: Bernie Ewing/Can Geo Photo Club)
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A stretch of farmland near Saskatoon. (Photo: Gabriel Miller/Can Geo Photo Club)
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Signs of the sun in rural Alberta. (Photo: Kanet Renzetti/Can Geo Photo Club)
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The power of Niagara Falls showcased as the water flows over the edge. (Photo: Lei Yang/Can Geo Photo Club) 
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Fresh tracks on a snowy hillside in Vernon, B.C. (Photo: Murray Cotton/Can Geo Photo Club) 
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A stunning landscape at Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, Que. (Photo: Nunzio Guerrera/Can Geo Photo Club)
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The “wow” of Banff National Park. Alta.. (Photo: Richard Mark/Can Geo Photo Club)

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