Well, the other comments pretty much say it all. All you will see of Prince Albert National Park is a lot of darkness, with some random flashlight images thrown in! I live close to Waterton National Park and have visited it many times, and the images here were clearly taken in the spring, wet, cloudy, and a lot were taken at Cameron lake with ice still on it....just not too enticing of images. And what was with the wet beaver?/puppy? laying there sleeping soaking wet. It looked pathetic! Although the images of Gwaii Haana National park were kind of weird, I did look it up on Google maps and reasearched it a bit and it looks like a place that I would want to visit sometime, even though I am not much of an ucky seaweed person! (The beaches look great, but you won't see them in this video!).....more to come, I need to watch some more and see what other places that I can comment on....... had to take this back as there were 2! holds on it....why? did my comment spark interest in this 6 year old thing?....will get again and finish it, (on a rainy day).
awful video, more like a collection of pictures.
This is a bunch of artsy videos with no, or minimal, narration. You will see pretty scenery, but I don't think you will learn anything. Also, some of the camerwork was out of focus and some was shaky. Not a great experience.
If you're expecting to get to know your National Parks better, you'll be as disappointed as I was.
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