A black-and-white photograph that shows a river with a small island in the middle. Trees stand along the sides of and in the river, and on the island in the river. The photo shows outcrop formations along the left of the river, and flatland along the right of the river. In the distance to the right are more outcrop formations. The Sternberg camp is set up on the left side of the river, and to the right of the river is Rosse's ranch. The camp consists of at least two white tents, pitched on the shore, and a scow that includes a white tent and two small dinghies floating nearby.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "066-03: River Breaks" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 243.
35101-16. The brakes [sic] [breaks] here are very steep with a lot of spruce trees in the short coulies [sic] [coulee] the trees in the river are mostly cottonwood.