Bridgeland

This is a not so common view of part of my neighbourhood where I live in Calgary. I shot this photo with a 300mm lens, so the compression kind of makes everything seem rather close together. Anyhow, if you know the area it’s probably more interesting to you, but if you don’t I still think it’s a nice picture to look at (in a larger size). 🙂

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It’s Winter

Well winter has swung into Calgary chopping heads and frostbiting fingers! It feels like we went from 0 to 100 miles an hour of winter action in no time. You look at this photo and it looks like it could have been taken in January, but I shot this yesterday morning! Oh well, that’s life in Calgary. Winter is here and it’s here to stay!

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Renfrew Sunset

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I was riding my bike around downtown last night doing some location scouting. On my way home this beautiful sunset was going down over my neighbourhood! Good thing I brought my camera. 🙂

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Night of Mountains

exif data rob moses 6D 70-200mm f:2.8 IS 2X iiThese mountains kind of came out of nowhere for me. At the time, I was just trying to get some shots of downtown. After I had all the shots I wanted I decided to point my camera in another direction just to see what I might get. To my surprise the mountains were clearly visible in the photo! It was so dark at the time I couldn’t really even see them with my eyes. You could barely make out a mountain outline if you looked really hard, but just looking in the direction the scene looked black behind the buildings. It was a nice little surprise and I’m happy I pointed my camera that way.

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A Wave of Clouds

I thought the clouds looked pretty cool coming over the Rocky Mountains at this moment so I grabbed a picture. The clouds almost look like a wave crashing over the mountains. Pretty cool stuff to see :).

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Bright City Sky

A little before Christmas my friend and I went out to shoot some photos when we came across this little lookout park with this nice view of the city. It’s a little uncommon of a view of Calgary, so I kind of like it for that reason. I do prefer the view looking south of the city, but this is nice too. I mainly like this vantage point because you also get a good view of the neighbourhood bellow. Anyhow, kind of an odd picture, but it’s not bad ;).

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A Snowy Tuscany

I was shooting a house the other day and this was the view from the master bedroom. I like how the houses are on an angle and the view of the Rocky Mountains from here is great! Not a bad view to wake up to :). FYI, this neighbourhood is called “Tuscany” and is a suburb of Calgary, Canada.

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Fall Flare

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I’m sure it still looks like this in some places in the good ol US of A, but not here in Calgary, Canada haha. I took this picture a couple of months ago. Today I woke up to howling winds and snow this morning and decided it would be a good time to stay in and edit a couple of pictures I took earlier in the year :).

I like this picture because it’s not a typical view of Calgary you would see. This picture is over looking the neighbourhoods of Roxboro & Rideau Park, and believe it or not those buildings are in ANOTHER neighbourhood called Mission. Calgary is a strange place, in that you can walk 5 or 10 blocks and you’ll be in a different neighbourhood with another name. Personally I don’t see the point in that, but whatever haha.

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Snow on the Rockies

This morning on my drive to work I was surprised to see the Rocky mountains covered in snow! Usually this would make me cringe at the thought of winter around the corner, but not this year. This year I plan to through my self right back into snowboarding like crazy! So I am welcoming the snow and looking forward to it 🙂 Not for a couple of months though I hope! haha.

I shot this picture of the snow capped mountains this afternoon from a big city park in Calgary called Nose Hill Park.

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