Edmonton – Other Views

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Edmonton - from Mill Creek

Edmonton – from Mill Creek

Edmonton - from the River Valley

Edmonton – from the River Valley

Edmonton - Looking Southeast 2

Edmonton – Looking Southeast 2

Edmonton - Looking Southeast

Edmonton – Looking Southeast

The past week presented the opportunity to move around Edmonton and to look at skylines from different vantage points.

Listening to – Mozart’s ‘Requiem, K. 626’ performed by La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Dominique Visse, Choeur Regional Nord-Pas-De-Calais, Odile Bailleux, Martin Hill, Colette Alliot-Lugaz & Gregory Reihart.

Quote to Inspire – “I am forever chasing light. Light turns the ordinary into the magical.” – Trent Parke

4 thoughts on “Edmonton – Other Views

    1. The variety of images counts … they are moments when I’ve chosen to look at the Edmonton of my memories from different vantage points. Although, most taken to date have been from or dealing with Edmonton’s Southeast side.

      I do have my mind on a couple of locations in West Edmonton that will provide a much different view in terms of landscape and light. 😉

    1. Hey there, Isa …

      Edmonton will always be home and all that Mozart produced was my father’s favourite, especially on a lazy Saturday morning around our Edmonton home.

      Light does do that … even in novels – e.g. Much of the backdrop in ‘Jane Eyre’ is household darkness at night … light pierces the darkness and reveals much ….

      Good schtuff!!! 🙂

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