This black and white photograph looks over rough and jagged formations to the Red Deer River. George Sternberg took this picture near Alberta, Canada, where he took many other photographs in this album. Along the bottom edge of the photograph are jagged outcrops of rocks. These outcrops are composed of layers of rock. The jagged outcrops are covered in shrubbery and grass. Running through the jagged area is a river bordered by flat land. This flat area features very few trees or shrubs. This river, the Red Deer River, runs across the upper-middle of the photo. Towards the right edge of the photo, the river curves into an €Â In the distance, above the river, the breaks of Sand Creek can be seen just below the horizon.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "033-01: Looking across Red Deer River to the Sand Creek Breaks" (1914). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 103.
Looking across the Red Deer river, into the brakes [sic] [breaks] of Sand creek. (29048)