2013 Southern Alberta Scenery Calendar – makes a great gift!

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

I’m usually pretty good about using social media, but my blog has been somewhat neglected lately.  We’re going to get back into the swing of it with the images from my 2013 Calendar – and a mini tour of Southern Alberta.

This year brought a few challenges as some of my favourite haunts were devastated by the floods in June.  That said, it got me out and exploring whole new areas of my province.  Writing On Stone Provincial Park was amazing – would love to be there during a spectacular sunrise/sunset.  You can see all the way to the Sweet Grass Hills of Montana.  The rolling hills and river valleys in the Drumheller area brought a whole different kind of scenery.

Elbow Falls, Kananaskis – the flood devastation around the falls is incredible – tons of river rock deposited, a picnic area obliterated, and trees flattened.  That said, she produced a rainbow for me to remind me ‘all is good’…

Elbow Falls - Kananaskis










Sunrise on Chinook clouds over Downtown Calgary – shot from Edworthy Park

Sunrise over Calgary










Winter grazing in the Morley Reserve to the west of Calgary…

Winter Grazing - Morley Reserve










Fresh spring snowfall at Lake Louise

Fresh spring snowfall at Lake Louise










Red barns are becoming an image of the past in Alberta.  This one is near picturesque Millarville

Picturesque red barn near Millarville










Nothing like a dust devil to have you slamming on the brakes and leaping out with camera in hand.  Near Irricana

Dust devil near Irricana, AB










Teepees at sunset Tsuu T’ina Nation near Bragg Creek (more images from that amazing night here).

Tsuu T'ina Rodeo & Pow Wow near Bragg Creek










Blooming Canola fields just north of Calgary.

Blooming Canola fields just north of Calgary










Views to Montana’s Sweet Grass Hills from Writing On Stone Provincial Park in Southern Alberta…











An oasis in a field of gold during Harvest Time – off a back road SE of Dorothy











Harvest time and another red barn just north of Deadhorse Lake…











Mountain panorama to the west of High River and north of Longview (love back road drives!)…











And finally, a wintery wonderland in Bowness Park, Calgary – unfortunately the main park is still closed to the public because of extensive flood damage…

Bowness Park, Calgary










If you’ve enjoyed this tour of Southern Alberta enough to share the scenery, you can purchase the calendar online here.

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  • Bente Haarstad

    Hi, the Like button doesn’t work on the new blog, not for me at least. But I like these!! 🙂

    • SuzanMcEvoy

      Thanks Bente. I’m having a few challenges with my website at the moment. Have set my web gal onto it as they don’t seem to cooperate for me with basic troubleshooting!

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