Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Near Beardmore, Ontario, Canada, June 2012
Nikon FM-3A Nikkor 50mm/f1.4
Agfa RSX-II 100 film
Construction of Canada's Trans-continental highway began in 1950 and it is one of the world's longest national highways, stretching an amazing 8,030 KM (or 4,990 MI). It was officially open for business in 1962 and completed in 1971.
The highway is recognized distinctively by the white-on-green maple leaf route markers, such as the one pictured above.
As you travel across this highway, prepare to be awe-inspired by the scenery. A traveler will experience everything from the majestic peaks in Banff National Park to the prairie areas of Saskatchewan.