A recent (recent to me, anyway) addition to the Containr art space in Calgary’s Sunnyside neighbourhood.
A family that (cos)plays together, stays together, am I right? Revellers and participants begin to assemble at Calgary’s Olympic Plaza a few Fridays ago at the conclusion of the annual Parade of Wonders, marking the official start of the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo.
One of the plethora of free lending library that dot the city of Calgary. This one at the Hillhurst-Sunnyside Community Association was seen last month, with the remnants of a spring snowstorm on the ground.
This stately building on Yonge Street in Toronto used to be home to North Toronto railway station. I had to look up this building in Google to verify its history … but its proximity to train tracks and the lovely clock tower pretty much gave away its heritage. It is currently a (very beautiful) liquor store.
One of the premier events connected with the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo is the annual Parade of Wonders in downtown Calgary, featuring some of the big names attending the show and a gaggle of cosplayers in full costume. Also at this year’s parade, which took place last Friday, was Batman with his Batmobile and a fully kitted-out DeLorean (above) from Back to the Future — without the flux capacitor, it seems.