I am notoriously bad at dealing with my post-processing backlog. Case in point: it took me two years to go process images from my trip to Alberta. I’m finally sharing them, starting with Edmonton today (Calgary to follow).
I didn’t spend a lot of time in Edmonton but I had the opportunity to shoot around the city in the evening. I started with a couple of cityscapes from a cool point of view. It was April, and as you can see, the river was still carrying a lot of ice!
As usual, I decided to capture a nice panorama of the skyline, to include in my on-going series. Click to see large!
I then met up with a couple of local photographers, including Jessie Martineau. The first place they brought me to was the Muttart Conservatory. It’s such a cool building, where you can get up on the roof (legally) super easily. The architecture and the view of the skyline is really cool!
We then spent some time at the Henrietta Muir Edwards Park. More cool views of the city, especially from the pedestrian bridge!
I capture another panorama, for a very different view of the city. Once again, click to view large!
Edmonton is a cool city with some really interesting architecture (especially at the University of Alberta). I’d definitely recommend a visit!