Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park is a UNESCO world heritage site located east of Calgary. It is known for its badlands topography and dinosaur fossils.
Like the Rocky Mountains and so many other attractions in Alberta, Dinosaur Provincial Park is a great place for natural landscape photography. It would be cool to view this park during various weather conditions, although the length of the drive prevents it from being a spur of the moment decision. Weather conditions, especially the best ones for photography, can change so rapidly.
Drumheller, which is actually a couple hours away, looks similar in places and is also known for dinosaurs.
I’d like to share my favourite photos from the visit. Enjoy!