Story by Jayda Noyes, The Prince Albert Daily Herald, Oct. 1, 2019
This image of a house southeast of Blaine Lake appears in Chris Attrell's book Forgotten Saskatchewan. It was shot with a tea light placed in the attic, "creating a hauntingly beautiful ambience," the books reads (photo courtesy of Chris Attrell)
"Given the chance to vacation in Hawaii or cruise Saskatchewan backroads, I would still choose cruising Saskatchewan."
Chris Attrell has spent the last 16 years exploring and capturing the unrecognized pieces of Saskatchewan beauty.
His collection of photographs of abandoned farmhouses, churches, grain elevators and vehicles come together in his new booked called Forgotten Saskatchewan. It was published this past August.
The book is meant as a glimpse into traditional lifestyles Attrell learned about while exploring the province.
Chris Attrell with his book "Forgotten Saskatchewan". Photo by Judy McCabe
His book, featuring a large number of these photographs, done in night or low light photography, is called "Forgotten Saskatchewan" and is on sale now.
Chris talked about his love of photography, "Well, I've been photographing old historical buildings all over Saskatchewan since I moved here, and, over time, I've obviously improved in my photography and developing a taste for night photography and low light photography. So, I sort of combined my enjoyment of visiting these places with these really neat ways of photographing them and showcasing all these buildings all over the province."
Photographer Chris Attrell brings his beautiful new book Forgotten Saskatchewan to CTV Saskatoon.
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