In 2004, I "circumnavigated" the Great Sand Hills in western Saskatchewan stopping at little villages along the way. My camera was the Nikon F100 and the film Fujicolor Superia. Converting film to digital at that time cost about $25.00 for high resolution scans, more that I wanted to spend. These photographs are from low (read cheap) scans and therefore not up to the resolution contained in the film images. Nevertheless, here they are. What a wonderful area to photograph.