Glowing hues of orange, yellow and pink highlight the sky at sunset over the farmland of the Big Muddy Badlands in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada and create a scenic view of the area. The clouds thinly spread themselves out across the summer sky and during the sunset hours, the buttes, cliffs and farmland become illuminated as the sun disappears across the horizon.
A good portion of the landscape in the Big Muddy Badlands in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada is made up of farmland and ranches as this was the source of income for the residents around the region in earlier years. The Big Muddy Badlands is filled with history about the outlaws, Northwest Mounted Police and the farmers who resided here and while visiting, people can learn of its history and enjoy the scenic views.... continue below the picture...
Sunset is one of the prettiest times of day to be traveling the Big Muddy Badlands as the prairie landscape allows the sky to light up in an array of colors.
Farmland in the Big Muddy Badlands at sunset, Southern Saskatchewan, Canada.