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It's been a little while since we've posted much on the blog, so I wanted to play catch up a little bit. For this installment of the photo walk summary, we take a look at some of Calgary's downtown architecture.
For this installment of reviewing the G+ photo walk I went on earlier this year, I thought I would experiment a bit with some post-processing. Here's some of the results of some colour adjustments as well as some black and white conversions using a combination of Aperture and OnOne's Perfect Photo Suite.
A flower floating by in the wading pool at Olympic Plaza:
The facade of the One Palliser Square building:
The base of a lamp post along Stephen Avenue:
It's been a while since we posted any photography, so I went back into the archives to see where I was at. Please bear with me as we play a little catch up with some of the backlog in my personal projects. It's pretty amazing how much time gets drained with a new baby in the house. :)
One of the newest additions to Calgary's skyline is the the new Bow Tower downtown. It's such a prominent and modern new building that you just can't help but take a shot or two while downtown.
We continue with the third part of my photos from the Calgary Google Plus Photo Walk. This is some of the architecture of downtown Calgary as we made our way into the core.
We're greeted on the Centre Street Bridge with a helpful pointer to the iconic Calgary Tower.
Then we passed through the gates guarded by the stone lions on the four corners of the Centre Street Bridge.
The view from the bridge itself is great – it's a shame the heavy rainfall we had in the weeks prior to the walk had really stirred up the sediment in the river, making it look quite murky.
And I'll close out this post with a shot of the bridge itself.