Rays from the setting sun pass low over the Peace Bridge in Calgary.
Here are a few more snaps from a visit around the town of Banff last weekend.
Looking east(ish), above, through the trees at the top of Tunnel Mountain. Below, from top to bottom, Cascade Mountain looms over Banff Avenue, seen from bridge over the Bow River; looking west(ish) along the Bow River and the Canadian Pacific rail line, from top of Tunnel Mountain; and two images from the Marsh Loop trail.
I almost walked past this neat photo opportunity on the Bow River Pathway in Calgary last week — an unexpected break in the trees giving a clear view of the river, the Centre Street Bridge and the city centre. It pays not to be in a rush, if at all possible!
Historic Stephen Avenue in downtown Calgary had been a pedestrian-only zone during the day. Now, because of the COVID-19 pandemic and a desire to make the street more amenable to restaurant/bar patios, cars are not allowed pretty much all day long, except in the morning to allow for deliveries.
These are ribs of wood serving as decoration outside a commercial building in Calgary’s Inglewood neighbourhood. Their uneven, wavy edges create a neat visual effect if you look at this façade while passing by quickly in a car or bus.