From northerly towns to southerly fiords, from satellite snaps to soaring skylines, 25 questions to test your photographic memory
By Nick Walker
Photo: Julien Schroder
With little more to go on than a satellite image, a snap from the International Space Station, a shot of a city skyline or a mountain ridge, do you think you can identify some of the most distinctive landscapes, standout features and communities in Canada and the world?
Probe the pictures and follow the clues ahead to uncover the answers. There’s often more to these photos than you might catch at first glance, so if you’re stumped, take the lay of the land: Tundra or prairie? West Coast mountains, eastern inlets or arid inland region? Evergreen boreal or deciduous temperate forest?