Subsequent to hiking the whole Appalachian Trail, which took 47 hikes over many years, and having bicycled alone across the USA in four separate trips, Paul Wittreich decided that he wanted to do a long distance adventure in one shot.
The result was two-month bicycle ride across Canada from the Pacific at Vancouver Island to Nova Scotia and the Atlantic. In the next summer, he topped it off by going to the end of the Trans-Canada Highway, Mile 0, in St. John's, Newfoundland. The adventure took him through all ten of Canada's provinces, including Prince Edward Island.
In addition to keeping a continuous chronicle, he took panoramic photos with his Widelux camera. The resulting pictures visually encompass scenes of 140 degrees to portray the sweeping breadth of Canada.
Widelux photos taken in Canada (click any individual image to enlarge). To order art quality print (10"X4" or larger), contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All photographs may not be used for any use without permission of Paul Wittreich.
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