Canada

CanadaENPhotographs by Mike Grandmaison
Text by Shelagh Rogers

Canada is rich in history and culture. It is the country’s natural beauty that makes it unique in the world.Within its borders are some of the most spectacular and photogenic vistas and wildlife anywhere—from the desolate, sweeping lowlands of the arctic, to the dewy rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, and the sloping, worn stone outcroppings of the Canadian Shield, a blanket of unparalleled beauty unfolds. In this breathtaking coast-to-coast photographic journey across Canada, Mike Grandmaison portrays a country whose seasons are variable and changing, reflecting the many moods of nature in all its glory.

International Award-winning photographer Mike Grandmaison’s stunning nature photography is featured in magazines and publications worldwide such as in National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, Cottage Country, Outdoor Photography Canada and Maclean’s. His best-selling books ‘Canada’ and ‘The Canadian Rockies’ have been reprinted many times over the years.

Shelagh Rogers has been heard on CBC Radio for over 20 years. She began in 1980 hosting shows in Ottawa and Toronto and several later was became deputy host of Peter Gzowski’s Morningside and host of Sounds Like Canada. She lives in British Columbia, and has recently been appointed as Chancellor of the University of Victoria. B.C.
11 in x 11 in • 246 pages
Hardcover
ISBN 978-2-89611-420-7 | $49,95