Mars Landing with Atelier New Regime
We put Montreal's favourite homegrown brand Atelier New Regime to the test at the Cheltenham Badlands a few weeks ago with Toronto photographer Becca Lemire. The history of how this unique stretch of land came to be is explained on it's Wikipedia page:
"At one point in time, the Cheltenham Badlands were occupied by a large river. The hills signify the riverbed and as you follow the trail, you begin to see the river history of the badlands. Thousands of years ago, this lake dried out resulting in today's version of the Cheltenham badlands.
The formation is mostly red in colour due to iron oxide deposits. with some faint green streaks due to ground water percolation changing the red iron oxide into green iron oxide."
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