“Clouds” Album Art

A lot of beautiful things were made in 1969. Also, in Saskatchewan.

From Wikipedia: “The cover art depicts Mitchell’s home town of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, showing the South Saskatchewan River that flows through the city, and the Bessborough Hotel, an historic railway hotel built in the days before asphalt-surface highways. In the self-portrait, Mitchell holds the floral emblem of the Province of Saskatchewan: the “western red lily” (aka prairie lily or Lilium philadelphicum var. andinum).”

In 1970 Clouds won the Grammy for best folk album of 1969.

 

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