Rolling, green hills make up the landscape of the Qu'Appelle Valley near Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada. Brown patches of dried landscape have roasted in the summer sun as small ponds and swamps sit in the base of the valley hills.
The landscape of the Qu'Appelle Valley was originally created by the retreat of glaciers at the end of the last Ice Age. Once home to the Native people and later the Europeans, today the Qu'Appelle Valley is appreciated by many and has become a very popular tourist destination.
Landscape of the Qu'Appelle Valley near Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park, Saskatchewan, Canada.