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from the archives

First Snow


Looking west on my roof, over , now obscured by the cloud cover... Looking down from the roof onto the street... Looking south, down the street towards the , which is also obscured by the weather. Inspired by others' ...

First Snow

Articles from Helen


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Spring in Calgary

author: Helen : Calgary, AB
Thursday, February 9th, 2006


Ice Climbing Near Banff

author: Helen : Calgary, AB
Monday, February 6th, 2006


View from My Office in Calgary

author: Helen : Calgary, AB
Friday, February 3rd, 2006


 

Spring in Calgary

author: Helen : Calgary, AB


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These were taken the end of April 2003. There was so much snow that day, that the kids had the day off school. Welcome to spring in Calgary!


Ice Climbing Near Banff

author: Helen : Calgary, AB


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Here are a series of shots I took a couple of years ago.


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Post Industrial Beach


at the leslie spit, a man made lakefill south of the city.

Post Industrial Beach

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Qingdao, Part Fourteen


Qingdao, Part Fourteen

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Future Archaeology


The march of the modern diggers. I can't fully explain what the title of this post means. It was just a catchy phrase that jumped into my head while thinking about a title. I think it has something to do with...

Future Archaeology