Night cityscapes in Edmonton, Alberta

Night cityscapes in Edmonton, Alberta

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!

Downtown Edmonton, AB

Edmonton Thawing

As usual, I decided to capture a nice panorama of the skyline, to include in my on-going series. Click to see large!

Downtown Edmonton, AB

Thawing Out

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!

Muttart Conservatory - Edmonton, AB

Blue Muttart #1

Muttart Conservatory - Edmonton, AB

Blue Muttart #2

Muttart Conservatory - Edmonton, AB

Blue Muttart #3

We then spent some time at the Henrietta Muir Edwards Park. More cool views of the city, especially from the pedestrian bridge!

Louise McKinney Riverfront Park - Edmonton, AB

Edmonton Boardwalk

Downtown Footbridge - Edmonton, AB

Cold Night Reflection

Downtown Footbridge - Edmonton, AB

A Cold Night In Edmonton

I capture another panorama, for a very different view of the city. Once again, click to view large!

Downtown Footbridge - Edmonton, AB

Blackening Out

Edmonton is a cool city with some really interesting architecture (especially at the University of Alberta). I’d definitely recommend a visit!

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