Tag Archives: Photography

Pinwheel

It’s that time of year here in Calgary. The self-proclaimed ‘Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth’, The Calgary Stampede, is tearing up the city this week. For some, it’s a week of actual stampeding…bull riding, chuckwagon racing, steer wrestling, etc. But for most of the city it’s an excuse to dress like a cowboy for 10 […]

First Strikes

Now I don’t fancy myself a Mike Olbinski or Scott Wood, or any of the amazing storm chasing/lightning shooting photogs out there, but I couldn’t resist stopping for my first attempt at capturing lightning. I was on my way home from an evening of shooting at the Calgary Stampede, and the lightning strikes were coming […]

Meet Chris

Since I started this blog almost a year ago, I’ve learned an awful lot about photography and I’ve applied quite a bit of this knowledge to help further my skillset as a photographer. Aside from this though, the most important thing that has happened since I started this blog has been the forging of new […]

Palliser Detail

I’ve shared photos of this building from a number of different angles, but I’ve never really showcased it as an abstract. The lines created by the window framing always catch my eye, and the colour of the glass is fantastic.

Monolith

I think this is my favourite building in Calgary. It’s called Palliser South, and sits just south and east of the iconic Calgary Tower. It’s definitely not the tallest building in the city, nor does it have the most grand foyer, but there’s something about the lines of the exterior that just sucks me in. […]