Saskatchewan called 'Land of the Living Skies' for a reason

Saskatchewan photographers show off their great work to celebrate World Photography Day.

People across the province shared their photos with CBC Saskatchewan

Blue, purple, green and yellow are just a few colours you'll see in Saskatchewan's skies.

All across the world, photographers celebrated World Photography Day on Aug. 19.

CBC Saskatchewan asked to see your shots from around the province and there was no shortage of living sky photos.

You can share your photos on Twitter and Facebook or email


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