It’s back – and just as late as ever. I had such good intentions of getting this out in late September, had everything gathered together for mid-October, but it’s now November, and production is just beginning.
Once again, this year’s collection is all based within easy driving distance from home – no more than a daytrip away. And the first two were taken in the city.
So, if you are interested in purchasing one, you can click here, or on any of the photos:
The gorgeous Castle Mountain in Banff National Park
View of downtown Calgary from Scotsman’s Hill.
We get some incredible skies when we have what is called a ‘Chinook’. The clouds form a band usually from the NW to the SE corner of the city with clear patches either side. That’s when you get some spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Stunning sunrise over NW Calgary
A little Muskrat silhouetted in the evening light.
I actually managed to chronicle the wild horses road trip.
Wild horses in the Ya Ha Tinda
Tranquil pond on a back road north of Calgary.
Aspen Crossing is one of those little gems I’d heard about but never acted upon. There’s a railcar diner with excellent food, a beautiful garden centre, a fabulous gift shop with some real gems to be found and last, but not least, scenic train tours – which I didn’t do, but which is definitely on my list for next time.
Petunia display at Aspen Crossing
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Fields of Canola blossoms west of Strathmore
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The burn area on the Bow Valley Parkway – Banff National Park.
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Last of the summer flowers at Bowden Sunmaze.
Tranquil reflections on Moraine Lake
Morning light on a fresh snowfall – Lower Kananaskis Lake
Really cold wintery morning (-26C) at Lake Louise