Photos With Finesse – 2015 Southern Alberta Scenery Calendar – makes a great gift

 In Calgary, Calgary & Area Attractions, Fine Art Photography, Photography, Travel

Every year I promise myself I’ll get this out earlier, and every year it seems to get later!  Business has boomed these last few months, so I’m quite delighted to say delays are due to success.

Alberta is recovering from the floods and, although my backroads drives have definitely changed in landscape, the scenes are as stunning as ever and I’m finding new patches of beauty everywhere I go.  A freak late summer snowstorm led into an extended fall with multiple phases of leaves turning.

So, enjoy some of the scenery and, if you decide to go once step further, ordering details are at the end. (Or click on any of the images.)

 

The stunning ForgetMeNot Pond

The stunning ForgetMeNot Pond

Sunset at Glenbow Provincial Park

Sunset at Glenbow Provincial Park

A cold day at Chief Hector Lake

A cold day at Chief Hector Lake

West of Cochrane off Griffin Valley Road

West of Cochrane off Griffin Valley Road

Widow Maker in Kananaskis

Widow Maker in Kananaskis

Spring scene in Kananaskis

Spring scene in Kananaskis

Reflections in ForgetMeNot Pond

Reflections in ForgetMeNot Pond

Dilapidated barns near Millarville

Dilapidated barns near Millarville

Roadside scene near Waterton Provincial Park

Roadside scene near Waterton Provincial Park

A cool misty morning south of Calgary

A cool misty morning south of Calgary

Autumn walk in the woods. Sheep River Provincial Park

Autumn walk in the woods. Sheep River Provincial Park

Cattle grazing west of Calgary

Cattle grazing west of Calgary

A frosty morning at Edworthy Park

A frosty morning at Edworthy Park

 

The price on this year’s calendar remains at $20 (including GST), but as a family, we decided to donate $5 from each to two charities near and dear to our hearts: AARCS and the MEOW Foundation.  To order, you can click here (or on any of the photos above).  There is free delivery to Calgary, Cochrane and Airdrie.

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  • Johanna Bradley
    Reply

    There are some very pretty scenes here, Suzan. 🙂 All very gentle.

    • SuzanMcEvoy
      Reply

      Thanks Jo. I’m so fortunate in that most of these are within an hours drive of my front door – the furthest 3.5 hours away. (Although it took me 5.5 hours to get there because I made so many photo stops lol.)

  • Bente Haarstad
    Reply

    Lovelys sceneries. And so strange, because they resemble ours, but it is on the other side of the world.

    • SuzanMcEvoy
      Reply

      Thanks Bente. I often think that when I see your own posts. Your wildflowers, some of your comments about when the snow is melting. It’s fascinating.

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