Apricots are the first trees to bloom, followed by cherries in the lush southern Okanagana Valley in BC. This spring has been cooler than normal in the Okanagan.
Home to a large flock of pelicans.
Fall Rye crop still green, near Spruce Grove, Alberta
The farmer obviously has an artistic flair
The small river carves it's way through many layers of limestone, shale and even some coal near Nordegg in the Canadian Rockies.
This pano shows the main display/sales area including some of my GigaPan Prints
Part of the Rotary Park and St. Albert Museum. They recently painted the Alberta Wheat Pool elevator in it's original teal colours.
Clear weather still leaves some high clouds raking the nearly 11,000 foot summit of Mount Chephren overlooking the Mistaya Valley in Banff National Park.
Another panorama of the immense cedars in the Ancient Forest north of McBride, BC.
Early September near Tawatinaw, Alberta, about an hour north of Edmonton
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