• Vitor Nogueira.Com
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  • Vitor Nogueira.Com
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Three days, thirty pictures + one

Guided tours accompanied by many people is not exactly the thing I usually like to do. Normally I walk on my own. As a photographer I've always understood my travel photos as lonely moments of observation but being part of an eco trip across southwestern Saskatchewan with people full of similar affinities and similar soul and feelings of facing the possibility of living in a better world was an unforgettable opportunity.

Thanks to everyone who tried to understand my English and shared with me their experiences.

I'd like to share with you my personal views of this trip.

Thanks again



The picket fence as a rocket shape on a war has symbolized the conquest of the badlands separating indians and settlers.

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Hiking through the vast lands of the prairies and up the Red Butte have been special moments at Grassland Park east.

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Mrs. Thelma Poirier reading a paragraph from one of her books in front of the cowboy museum.

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To roping a calf you have to train hard.

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Indian tents, the sunset on the prairie, the music and the story about the indigenous people’s lives told by a native around the campfire and beautiful waning moon reinforced my excitement of seeing at first time in my life The Big Dipper and Casiopea constellations.

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Old territory populated by bison, which were the basic food for the Indian, Grassland West Park impresses with its valleys and the very funny Praire dogs.
Nowadays the buffalos were almost extinct and were re-introduced into the area of the park but for the indigenous people only the skeleton remains in a tent.

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T. Rex Discovery Centre, home of Scotty, one of the largest T. Rex skeleton found in the world.

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The Cyprest Hills

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The Fort Walsh in the heart of Cyprest Hills was built in the second half of the 19th century and served as the basis for the mounted police during the most dramatic period of the West's colonization.

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Planting grapes to make wine in the middle of the prairie may seem strange but believe me, I saw ...

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Finally, a photograph of friends.

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Comments (12)
Emoção
12Tuesday, 21 June 2011 03:07
Lindas fotos.
Provocam uma emoção, uma sensação difícil de descrever.
Saudades, professora.
Lindas
11Wednesday, 15 June 2011 14:00
Belas fotos, parente. Parabéns pelo trabalho! ;)
fantastic!
10Tuesday, 14 June 2011 13:57
great colours, Vitor! thanks for posting these.
Thanks for posting your photos!
9Monday, 13 June 2011 17:59
Hi Vitor,
Wonderful photos! You captured some pretty special moments. Thanks for sharing. It was great meeting you. Hopefully our paths will cross again someday!
Christie
Sensibilidade e afecçoes
8Monday, 13 June 2011 12:53
A vida é feita principalmente de bons encontros, aqueles que potencializam nossos corpos e espiritos.
Sentir espaços que nos modificam de alguma maneira foi a experiência do encontro com as imagens sensíveis do fotógrafo.
Parabens!! Martha saudades!
News Canada
7Monday, 13 June 2011 10:04
Fantástico Vitor, parabéns!
momentos
6Monday, 13 June 2011 08:00
parabéns !!! momentos e paisagens belas!!! abraço pra Você e beijo para Nhá Martinha !!!
Surpreendente !
5Sunday, 12 June 2011 17:02
Hi Vitor. What can be said that already hasn't about your photos. Your vision is amazing! Look forward to seeing more!
Safe travels
Ken
Gorgeous photos
4Sunday, 12 June 2011 12:04
These photos are stunning! Great job, you should sell them to the Canadian Tourist Board or somthing, they're really beautiful.
WOW
3Sunday, 12 June 2011 02:02
Dear Vitor, these are beautiful!!!!
My favourite is the night shot of the moon and the "sun" coming from the building light!
It was really nice to meet you and Martha.
wishing you well
Marc
Compartilhando
2Saturday, 11 June 2011 09:54
A beleza que se vê é aquela que nos toca, a que você capta em fotografias é sensibilidade compartilhada. Parabéns, obrigado e beijos a todos
sentidos
1Saturday, 11 June 2011 01:50
constroi-se outros sentidos quando vemos o canadá pelo seu olhar. sensível, etnográfico e estético, suas fotos realmente é um convite para reiventar as paixões.

PARABÉNS
saudades suas e da querida marthinha

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