Wascana Lake Book

A large number of the images in “Wascana Lake Through 4 Seasons” are also available in my PORTFOLIO on iStockphoto, where they can be purchased in digital format. I am in the process of uploading images to iStockphoto. If you don’t find an image in my portfolio yet that you’d like to purchase, CONTACT ME and I will upload it to iStockphoto.

Information about Wascana Lake Through 4 Seasons book:

  • 144 pages
  • full colour
  • 100lb Sterling matte paper
  • hardcover with scratch-resistant finish
  • size: 21.6 cm x 21.6 cm (8 1/2 inches x 8 1/2 inches)
  • weight: 710 grams (1.6 lbs)
  • 325 photographs
  • published in Regina, Saskatchewan by Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing
  • printed in Canada by Friesens in Altona, Manitoba
  • $2 from the sale of each book will be donated to ALL THAT KIDS CAN BE supporting United Way initiatives that improve educational outcomes for Regina’s children, and a removable sticker on the front cover indicates this
  • Factual information in the book includes:

  • history of the Regina area, Wascana Lake, and Wascana Centre
  • history and details of the Albert Memorial Bridge and Broad Street Bridge
  • history and details of the Saskatchewan flag and information about Saskatchewan Day
  • geographical information about the Wascana Lake area, as it fits into the greater picture of Saskatchewan’s geography
  • history and details of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens, and perennial flower beds
  • history and details of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
  • information about the monarchy in Canada
  • history and details about the Wascana Marina, and information about dragon boats
  • history and details about the islands in the lake: Willow Island, Spruce Island, and Pine Island
  • history and details about the structures in Wascana Centre, including the Willow Island Overlook, Trafalgar Overlook and Pond, Spruce Island Overlook, Pine Island waterfall, fountains in the lake, and pedestrian bridges
  • history and details about the monuments in Wascana Centre, including the Surveyors’ Monument, United Empire Loyalists’ Monument, and Saskatchewan War Memorial
  • history and details about the sculptures in Wascana Centre, including the Queen Elizabeth II and Burmese statue, Walter Scott statue, Kwakiutl Totem Pole, and Trafalgar Fountain
  • detailed information about local nature, including some of the trees in Wascana Centre, Canada geese, Wascana Waterfowl Park, and the ecological chain of algae
  • detailed information about local geography/meteorology including Wascana Creek, wind, sunsets, thunderstorms, leaves changing colour, blue skies, clouds, fog, snow, frost, blizzards and windchill