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|Online Manitoba Mosaic Experience!||Tim Van Horn||0||Tim Van Horn||9 years ago|
Manitoba has incredibly rich and diverse natural landscapes. Arctic tundra with one of the highest concentrations of polar bears in the world, desert sands, vast inland lakes and gentle prairie rivers, huge intact tracts of boreal forest and river bottom woodlands, tall grass prairie and limestone karst, the largest and most beautiful marl lake in the world, beluga whales and prairie skinks, aspen parkland and Canadian Shield… sixteen distinct natural regions in all. (Sorry, no alpine cordillera or tropical rain forests but hey, nobody's perfect.)
This group exists to celebrate the extraordinary beauty and diversity of Manitoba nature through the medium of quality photography. Please respect the following rules:
•Photographs should be high-resolution with a minimum pixel count of 600 X 800.
•People are part of nature and are admissible in photographs, but the photos should be more about nature than about the people.
•No household pets or farm animals.
•Pictures have to have been taken in Manitoba, preferably with a caption indicating the exact location.
This group is also intended to be a forum for discussion and sharing among members of Nature Manitoba, Manitoba's oldest and largest naturalist organization, formerly known as the Manitoba Naturalists Society.
If you are passionate about nature and would like to know more about Nature Manitoba, go to their web site at: www.naturemanitoba.ca
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art
- Accepted safety levels: Safe