A neat assemblage of buildings (and one Plus 15 walkway) in downtown Calgary set against a pure blue sky, as seen a few days ago.
From last fall, a rewarding view of downtown Calgary from the upper section of Edworthy Park in Wildwood. I could have got there the easy way, by driving over and parking in the lot by the dog run. Instead, I took the bus to the Parkdale side of the park for a nice afternoon urban hike.
The Bow Building in downtown Calgary seen from a different angle — from my point of view anyhow. Here it is from its east side, flanked by the old downtown fire hall on the left and the North-West Travellers Building on the right. Tucked in behind bottom left is the new Telus Sky building, which is much taller than it appears here!
A view of downtown Montreal from my old stomping grounds, Concordia University — except the place where I snapped this shot, the EV building (Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex), didn’t exist when I studied there.
The slate-coloured Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal complex dominates the skyline at the east end of downtown Montreal, as seen from the pedestrian overpass above Avenue Viger linking Place d’Armes métro station with Chinatown. Also depicted in this scene captured a few days ago, in the far background, are a portion of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and the soon-to-be-retired Molson Brewery.