Tag Archives: Alberta

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Milk River Morning: Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park

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Fall in the Kurimoto Japanese Garden

Canada’s Thanksgiving Day is the last day that the Devonian Botanic Gardens are officially open before the arrival of winter. My wife and I took the opportunity to take some photographs of the fall colours […]

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Reynolds-Alberta Museum Harvest Festival (Up-close)

I know the harvest festival is about how the harvest has been taken-in through Alberta’s history, with the Reynolds-Alberta Museum’s amazing collection of mechanical agricultural equipment in the forefront, but as usual, it was the […]

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A Flower for Mother’s Day

Spring in Alberta! On this Mother’s Day, one of the earliest conspicuous wild flowers is that of the Prairie Crocus, Anemone patens. It is subtle in colour, unlike the European pasque flower (Anemone pulsatilla) that is often seen in […]

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Spaca Moskalyk Redeemed

Today in the Edmonton Journal: “Parishioners have voted to save the 89-year-old Spaca Moskalyk Ukrainian Church located just north of Mundare in Lamont County.” Spared from the flames – but for how long? There are […]

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Evening Harvest

The collection from the gallery Agriculture and Oil is now up at my commercial site..please click the image below for more.    

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Relics of Religion: Spaca Moskalyk

Related articles Efforts underway to postpone controlled burn of old church

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Red Rock Coulee Update

I have reworked some images, and added more, so the Red Rock Coulee gallery now has a new look. Some of the new images are subtler, placing more emphasis on the antediluvian atmosphere that permeates […]

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