More Buildings & Lights

The Calgary skyline is forever changing. There is a new building going up that is beside the bright one in the middle that is going to be awesome. The new building kind of turns as it goes up. I’m sure that’s going to be a wonderful building to get ultra wide angle shots of. There is also another big project going on near the bottom of the photo where the bright light is. I’m not sure what’s happening, but they got what looks like the beginning of a band shell or something along those lines. Whatever it is they are doing down there I’m sure it’s going to be great! I can’t wait to see it when it’s done, I’ll probably have to bust out the ol fisheye for that one. 😉

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Thanks for stopping by, Rob

17 thoughts

  1. Hey Rob,
    Really enjoying your subject matter and the way you’re tracking the city over time. Are there any older images or posts of yours that can be used to contrast the Calgary skyline?

    I’ve been captivated by the skyline of my nearest city (Perth – Australia), however, I’ve spent some time now to find a particular (metaphorical) lens to work through. The majority of my work seeks to highlight areas of need and systems of power within my community – it’s been an interesting investigation using city-scape as a genre to apply my work to.

    Do you have a website where I can check out some more of your work? Or even just link up on social. I’ll leave my social media handles below but make sure to get onto these blogs:

    Would love to hear your thoughts 🙂

    Cheers, James

    Facebook: @jmansonmediabeta

    Instagram: @manson_bnw
    Twitter: @jmansonphoto

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