Wanderlust | Cochrane Alberta Photographer

This image was taken at one of my favourite stops in Osoyoos – the Nk’Mip (pronounced in-ka-meep) Desert Cultural Centre. It honours the Nk’Mip people and their culture, stories, and heritage. It’s set in a 1600 acre desert conservation area which is absolutely stunning and it’s such a contrast to many parts of Canada. I love the peaceful tones of sage and pine dotting the landscape. You’ll find areas to explore both inside and outside. Definitely a must-see place while visiting Osoyoos.

If this Land Could Talk, Osoyoos
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Jenn Duguay is originally from Newfoundland and has lived in many places across Canada. She now resides in Cochrane, Alberta. Jenn is a a photographer and filmmaker, specializing in fine art, portrait, and lifestyle films. She is inspired by rugged peaks, tall trees, and that amazing scent of fresh wild air. Her love of nature is evident in her work. Jenn loves to travel and explore new places

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Cochrane, Alberta Photographer & Filmmaker