From last month: A view of the pedestrian walkway linking the Brookfield Place office tower with the retail plaza at Stephen Avenue Square in downtown Calgary.
This is the last photo I took of the little yellow house once belonging to Enoch Sales.
The building in Calgary’s Victoria Park neighbourhood, long in a state of disrepair, was the last remaining Queen Anne Revival-style home in the city. It had been slated to be part of an area revitalization project called the Rivers District.
The building burned in a two-alarm fire on Feb. 2, 2019, and was subsequently demolished.
Visited Las Vegas for the first time last month. Lots of cool stuff to see, as you would expect, including lots of accessible public art like this piece here along The Strip.
The Royal Pavilion in Brighton is an architectural taste of south Asia on the coast of the English Channel. The building was originally constructed as the summer home of George, then Prince of Wales, who would later become King George IV.