A black-and-white landscape photograph that shows the Sternberg camp on the left side of the Red Deer River. On the east end of the photo is flat grassland. To the left of the river are rock outcrops with clusters of vegetation. The picture shows trees, additional vegetation, and rocks along the river. The river splits at a small island covered with grass and trees before converging again. To the right of the river is Rosse's ranch. To the left of the river is the Sternberg camp with at least two white tents, pitched on the shore, and a scow that includes a white tent and two small dinghies floating nearby, as well as rock outcrops. These are also visible in the distance.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "066-01: Looking Up the River" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 241.
35102-16. Looking up the river showing our camp on the west side of river and Rosse's ranch on east side.