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The following is a detailed list of our high quality images. The vast majority are 35 mm slides and are available for one-time use or multiple use in such products as calendars, brochures, books, magazines, ad campaigns, and newspapers. The images have been shot in various seasons and during different times of the day and night.
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Parks: Bowness Park (including the adjacent Wood's Fir Tree Sanctuary), Edworthy Park, Battalion Park (Signal Hill), Centenary Park, Fish Creek Provincial Park (including Bow Valley Ranch and various trails, plus users of Sikome Lake beach), Wood's Park (including Gerry Shaw Garden), Stanley Park, Sandy Beach (including rafters), River Park, Princess Obolensky Park, Rundle Ruins park, Carburn Park, Confederation Park (summer scenics and Christmas lights), Century Gardens, Weaselhead Park Natural Area, Bowmount Natural Environment Park, Nose Hill, Heritage Park (summer/winter activities and sights), Tom Campbell's Hill (summer, fall and winter images), water park at South Glenmore Park, Glenmore Reservoir (including images of sail boaters and fishermen), Prince's Island Park, Nat Christie sandstone park, Sien Lok Park, Shaw Millenium Park (including the Millenium Park tower and skateboarding images), and Riley Park/Burns Memorial Garden. Images include scenics and people fishing, jogging, cycling, swimming, rollerblading and ice skating.
Other Calgary destinations: Inglewood Bird Sanctuary (all four seasons), Aero Space Museum of Calgary, Museum of the Regiments (including mock battles from the Soldiers of the Two Millennia event), Peter's Drive-In, Devonian Gardens (including the art gallery), Fort Calgary (NWMP interpreters, skits, flag raising, Barracks building interiors and exteriors, carriage rides etc.), Canadian Airlines Saddledome (night, dusk and day images), Calgary International Airport (SpacePort, bronze sculptures, waiting area and the shopping area) plus the Inglewood (Aull and Blow buildings), Kensington, 17th Ave., Marda Loop, and 4th St. shopping districts (including the 4th St. Art Walk).
Downtown: Skating and wading at Olympic Plaza (plus scenics and the Brown Bag Lunch Series performers), Stephen Ave. steel trees, the historic horse statue outside the Riley McCormick store. Eau Claire (buskers, wading pool users and Canada Day events), Chinatown, CPR engine along 9th Ave., Calgary Tower, Crown Building, tulips along 9th Ave., old and new City Hall buildings (interior and exteriors), Triangle Gallery interiors, Glenbow Museum exterior, Art is Vital and Art Gallery of Calgary exteriors, interiors of the Wallace Gallery, Gainsborough Gallery, Stephen Lowe Gallery and Diana Paul gallery, plus exteriors of the Diana Paul Gallery and Gainsborough Gallery. Also interiors and exteriors of Paul Kuhn Gallery, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Image 54, Webster Gallery and TrepanierBaer. Uptown Theatre, Burns Building, cityscapes of the downtown area from various vantage points, buildings such as the Chamber of Commerce, Royal Bank, Doll, Alberta Hotel, Calgary Centre for the Performing Arts, plus the new Telus Convention Centre, Hyatt Hotel, Holt Renfrew, Leeson & Lineham Lougheed, Lancaster and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Shopping along Stephen Ave., Centre St. Bridge (day and night images taken before and after the 2000 renovation), Louise Bridge, Langevin (Edmonton Trail) Bridge, James Short Park, Udderly Art cow exhibits, Udderly Art Legacy Pasture (Centennial Parkade), ice sculptures, Knox United Church, Courthouse buffalo statues, bellmen at the Palliser, Famous Five women's statues, Grey Cup 2000 downtown events (including a pancake breakfast at Olympic Plaza and the parade), Calgary Board of Education statues, Calgary Urban Project Society (CUPS) wall mural, oil and agriculture theme mural along 6th Ave., Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre, Bank of Montreal, CPR Pavilion (Palliser Hotel), and the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer.
Buildings: University of Calgary buildings, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary Science Centre, Mewata Armoury, Stanley Jones School, Balmoral School, Hillhurst School, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Memorial Park Library, Lougheed Historical House/Beaulieu Garden, historic Anderson Apartments building, Tivoli building on 4th Street, Ukrainian Catholic Church (Renfrew), and the Deane, Suitor and Cross historic houses in Inglewood. The Hose and Hound (Fire Hall #3) in Inglewood, and the Pilkington Brothers Glass and Ribtor buildings in Victoria Park. West downtown condo buildings, including Eau Claire Lookout, Liberte Eau Claire, The Point on the Bow, and the Marquis.
Houses: Hillhurst, Sunnyside, Renfrew, Bridgeland, Crescent Heights and Elbow Drive area homes with spring blossoms and front yard summer gardens. Mount Royal fall foliage images. McKenzie Towne and Garrison Woods subdivision images and a rainbow over Hawkwood homes. Fall colors in the Montgomery area.
Calgary Stampede: Parade, midway rides at night and during the day, kids eating midway food, Fluor Rope Square events (including fiddlers, pancake breakfast servers, hat stompers, Natives dancing and on horseback, square dancing and a gun fight), agricultural displays and demonstrations (including cow milking and sheep shearing), World Championship Blacksmiths competition, country pleasure championships, Indian Village and Native dancers, midway game players, Frontier Pavilion, fireworks from in front of the grandstand, Scotsman's Hill, and the Renfrew escarpment, plus chuckwagon races and rodeo action shots. Shania Twin and Tracey James performing at Nashville North. Linder and Brock, The Villains, De'Anna That Hypno Chick, and a Britney Spears tribute act playing at the Coca-Cola Stage. Lumberjack competiton, RCMP musical ride and marching bands performing at both Olympic Plaza and within the Stampede grounds. Equine artist Kim Penner painting in the Round-Up Centre. Round-Up Centre expansion exterior and some of the statues on the Stampede grounds. Stampede breakfast at Chinook Centre (1983).
Calgary Zoo: Wide variety of animals (i.e. sloth bears, lowland gorillas and zebras) and birds shot in both summer and winter, plus the Zooventure Playground and the savannah construction project. Some images include people. Pictures taken in the tropical, desert and butterfly (giant owl, zebra and common monarch butterflies) gardens, plus some of the dinosaur statues (Apatosaurus, Edmontosaurus, Ankylosaurus and the Tyrannosaurus Rex).
Spring/summer events: Calgary International Children's Festival, Dragon Boat Race (and pre-race social), Festival on the Bow, Calgary Highland Games (bagpipe performers and hammer toss participants), Sun and Salsa, Shakespeare In The Park (including the Macbeth and The Hobbit productions in 2000), the 2002 Carifest (Sunshine Party) on Prince's Island, The Word on the Street, Global Fest 2003 Fireworks, Calgary Raft Race and the annual All Star Legends of Baseball vs. Calgary Fire Department Slow-Pitch Team game at Burns Stadium (July 2001), featuring players such as Fergie Jenkins, Bill (Spaceman) Lee, and Bert Campaneris, plus sports clown Rick Cobban and the Spruce Meadows Prairie Dogs.
Christmas/winter events: Santa Claus downtown parade (1998 and 2000), sleigh rides on Prince's Island, 1998 Christmas carols at Olympic Plaza (night and day), Christmas Lights displays (with and without people) at the Calgary Zoo and Stephen Ave., Calgary Winter Festival (events at Olympic Plaza, Eau Claire and Prince's Island Park, including human curling, ice sculptures, strongman demonstration and fashion show) and Christmas lights on the Telus Building (1997 and 2000) and other downtown sites, including Fifth Avenue Place and the CPR engine along 9th Ave. Images of people and the fireworks during the First Night celebration at Olympic Plaza and from the Crescent Heights escarpment. New Year's Eve fireworks at the Calgary Zoo from Tom Campbell's Hill. Residential Christmas lights displays in Crescent Heights and a large display at Gloucester Drive.
Tours: Historic guided walking tours of Victoria Park, the downtown area, and Union Cemetery. Close-up images of some of the Union Cemetery graves.
Sports/recreation: Calgary Cannons playing in 1998 and 1999, Spruce Meadows, ski jumpers (summer competition), skiers and snowboarders in action at Canada Olympic Park (COP), the COP's Olympic Hall of Fame exterior, plus winter and summer views from the top of the 90m ski jumping tower, summer images of the luge track and the COP miniature golf course, youths playing on an outdoor hockey rink in Renfrew, spraying water onto an outdoor rink in Renfrew, wooded ball diamonds in Crescent Heights and Stanley Park, fishing on the Bow River from a boat and along the shore, Calgary Stampeders' 1998 Grey Cup rally, King and His Court playing an exhibition softball game at Ed Corbett Field, cricket players at Riley Park, and bantam football action at Mewata Stadium,
Misc: Balloon tour over Calgary, including images of the balloon
pilot, passengers and aerial images of the city, Bow River/pathway in all seasons,
Hillhurst-Sunnyside farmer's market, Christmas season open house at Olivier's
Candy, Yodeling Sausage owner Klaus Marahrenes on Stephen Ave., patio patrons
along 4th St. S.W. and 17th Ave. S.W., interior Christmas display at Rubiayat
store, exterior images of Harrison, Collector's, Master's and Kensington Fine
Arts galleries along 17th Ave. S.W. and interiors of Harrison and Collector's
galleries, and the residential Halloween displays, Elbow River and pathway users,
view of Calgary from Crescent Heights/escarpment stairs at the top of McHugh
Bluff, balloons over Calgary and on Prince's Island, the Rock, Clock Œn
Whistle clocktower sculpture at Big Rock Brewery, Calgary Street Talk vendor,
Blackfoot Truck Stop, Memorial Drive at night, Robert The Bruce (King of Scots)
statue, wildflower garden at 15th Ave. and 1st St. S.W., fire at the women's
shelter (November 1997), Benny the Bookworm Sale (1997), overturned chemical
tanker accident (1997), Wendy's founder Dave Thomas speaking in Calgary and
participating in the white hat ceremony, dedication ceremonies for the refurbished
Old City Hall building (1997), Riverfront Aquarium interiors, cenotaph at Memorial
Park, spring blossoms covered in snow, large sunflower plant, Bow Valley pathway
bridge underneath the Stoney Trail Bridge, Glenmore Dam, and the Canada Tree
at Eau Claire.
Airdrie: Annual Christmas Lights festival and Big Hill Springs Provincial Park.
Athabasca: Town images, Athabasca River, Northern Lights, mist-filled Athabasca River valley during autumn, spring ice break-up, and the Muskeg Creek Trail.
Balzac: Images of a buggy auction at the Girletz Rodeo Ranch, conducted by Rosehill Auction Service Ltd.
Banff: Lake Louise(summer and winter images, including ice sculptures and an ice castle), Lake Agnes, Moraine Lake, Peyto Lake, Weeping Wall, Johnston Canyon, Johnston Creek, Ink Pots, Vermilion Lakes, Castle Mountain, Larch Valley, Bow Lake, Icefields Parkway, Upper Waterfowl Lake, Mistaya Canyon, Panther and Bridal Veil Falls, Parker Ridge, Ukrainian monument, Fireweed Trail, Vista Lake, Bow Falls, Tunnel Mountain and Bow Valley near Banff townsite. Townsite images include the downtown area, including United Church of Canada Rundle Memorial, a horse-drawn carriage, the Information Centre, and various street scenes. Other images include the Bow River Bridge, Cascade Plaza (mall), Canada Place/Administration Cascade Gardens, St. Mary's Catholic Church, aerial views of the Banff townsite from atop Sulphur Mountain, and the Banff Springs Hotel.
Big Valley: Canadian Railway Hall of Fame, including the museum, depot and roundhouse. Jimmy Jock Boardwalk.
Black Diamond: Rural autumn images near Black Diamond. An overview of the town and images of the Friendship Trail linking Black Diamond and Turner Valley.
Bragg Creek: Elbow Falls, Town of Bragg Creek shopping area, Elbow River, McLean Pond, and autumn images of the foothills.
Brooks: The historic Aqueduct, Eid Canal and Kinbrook Island Provincial Park.
Canmore: Images of the Bow River in town, people dining outside, NWMP Barracks, Centennial Museum mural, downtown businesses and signage (including Sherwood House and the Canmore Hotel), Main Street images, Policeman's Creek and Pathway, Ralph Connor United Church, hikers and climbers at Grassi Lakes, and the dog sled races at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Cadomin: Images of the houses in this old mining town, plus some scenics from the surrounding area.
Camrose: Mirror Lake Park (including images of black birds and swans) and the Camrose Railway Park.
Cardston: Remington-Alberta Carriage Centre, Mormon temple, Cobblestone Manor, and the Card House.
Carmangay: Tipi rings in the Carmangay Recreation Area.
Chestermere Lake: Lakeside images.
Claresholm: Claresholm Beef Products Ltd. overhead signage and the Claresholm Museum (located in a railway station).
Coaldale: A variety of bird images shot at the Alberta Birds of Prey Centre, including bald eagles, golden eagles and various types of owls.
Cochrane: Western style of the downtown building facades (including McKay's Ice Cream store), overhead view of the town from the highway, the Western Heritage Centre, Cochrane Ranche (including the Men of Vision statue), and the Hooves of History 2000's cattle drive through downtown Cochrane, plus a cowboy shootout demonstration.
Crowsnest Pass: Frank Slide debris, Leitch Collieries, foothills images, Bellevue Mine Tour, Crowsnest River, Crowsnest Lake, historic buildings in Blairmore and Coleman (including the Roxy Theatre and Cameron School), Chinook Lake/Crowsnest Mountain, Hillcrest Cemetery, and the famous Burmis Tree at the entrance to the Pass.
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park: Canyon overlook and trail, fishing along Elkwater Lake (at dusk) and images of the Elkwater Summer Funfest, including canoe races and fireworks. Morning images of Elkwater Lake boardwalk.
Dinosaur Provincial Park: Images of the park, including hoo doos, cactus, Red Deer River and the fossils seen during an interpretive walk.
Donalda: Railway depot and the 42-foot high lamp monument.
Drumheller and area: Downtown murals and dinosaur statues, a shine-and-show car show, World's Tallest Dinosaur, Interior and exterior pictures of the Royal Tyrrell Museum, Horseshow Canyon, Horsethief Canyon, hoo doo formations, a dig site interpretive walk and the Red Deer River. Also, the villages of Wayne (historic hotel, local railway and the foundation of a historic building) and Dorothy, including an abandoned grain elevator, and the remains of the Dorothy United Church (exterior and interior images).
Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park: Images of the Red Deer River, the buffalo jump escarpment, cactus plants, and the hoo doo formations.
Edmonton: Fort Edmonton, West Edmonton Mall, Old Strathcona buildings (Whyte Ave.), Klondike Days, Muttart Conservatory, John Janzen Nature Centre, Gateway Park oil derrick and visitor centre, Alberta Legislature building, Edmonton Queen sternwheeler and assorted river valley downtown skyline views, and downtown sights including the Chinatown arch, Churchill Square, City Hall building, CN Tower and Edmonton's first school house. Night images of downtown Edmonton and the now defunct Polar Park.
Edson: Centennial Park, including images of an airplane, railway car, and the Galloway Station Museum.
Elk Island National Park: Entry sign, Simmons Trail (Spruce Island Lake), Beaver Pond Trail, Astotin Lake (Living Waters Boardwalk and a historical Ukrainian farmhouse), plus the lake at sundown and the adjacent Lakeview Trail, and a bison grazing in a meadow, plus moose images.
Fort Macleod: Museum of the North West Mounted Police (including a musical ride performance) and several historic downtown buildings.
Fort Saskatchewan: Chamber of Commerce (train station), Turner
Grande Cache: Sulphur Gates and images of Willmore Wilderness Park and park signage. Town mural and the Rocky The Ram statue. Several area historic sites, including the Susa Creek graveyard, Our Lady of the Rockies church, Muskeg River Graveyard and Pierre Greys Lakes have also been photographed. The latter include log cabin ruins. The two graveyards contain Native spirit houses.
Hanna: The Calgary Stampede ranch, including pictures of bulls and horses. Horses being round-up and herded back to the corrals, ranch scenics, and signage. Photos of ranch foreman Raymond Goodman.
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump: Interior and exterior images of the interpretive centre.
High River: The Medicine Tree (both the preserved fragment and the replica in George Lane Memorial Park, various downtown murals, the Highwood River, a historic theatre, an area ranch, and horses grazing on a local acreage.
Hinton: William Switzer Provincial Park, including Kelly's Bathtub and the Valley Trail. Wild Sculpture Trail (hoo doo formations).
Innisfail: Innisfail Historical Village and the Dr. George House.
Jasper: A wide range of images shot during all four seasons. Images are available of the townsite and several historical and contemporary buildings, Jasper Cemetery, Old Fort Point, Whistlers Mountain, Pyramid Bench, Jasper Sky Tram, Marmot Basin, Mount Edith Cavell region (including the Cavell Meadows), Leach Lake, Geraldine Lakes, Tonquin Valley (including horse riding images), Maligne Lake (including Opal Hills and the Bald Hills), Wilcox Pass, Columbia Icefield, the old and new Icefield Centre/Chalet buildings, Stutfield Glacier, Tangle Falls, Stanley Falls, Beauty Creek, Bubbling Springs, Upper and Lower Sunwapta Falls, Honeymoon Lake, Buck Lake, Athabasca Falls, Horseshoe Lake, Overlander Trail, Wabasso Lake, Valley of the Five Lakes, Pyramid Lake, Patricia Lake, Cottonwood Slough, Cabin Lake, Jasper Park Lodge, Lake Annette, Lake Edith, Maligne Canyon, Medicine Lake, Beaver Lake, Athabasca River, Palisade controlled fire display signage, Talbot Lake, Jasper Lake, Roche Bonhomme (Old Man Mountain), Roche Miette, Miette Hot Springs, Pocahontas, Snaring-Celestine Road (including Snake Indian River, Princess Lake, and Celestine Lake) and fire fighting at Medicine Lake (1996).
Kananaskis Country: Pictures of people fishing and kayaking in Kananaskis Country, plus images of Barrier Lake, King Creek, Ribbon Creek, Chester Lake, Karst Spring, Kananaskis Lakes, Kananaskis River, Rocky Creek, Elbow Valley (Nihahi Ridge Trail), Burstall Pass, Spray Lakes, and a World War II prisoner of war camp. The Valleyview Trail area, Rock Glacier, Highwood Pass and Highwood Meadows.
Lac La Biche: Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park and the Lac La Biche Mission.
Lacombe: Downtown historic buildings, a town residence, and the Michener House Museum.
Lloydminster: Bud Miller All Seasons Park (flowers, trail system, Horizontal Sundial, pond, Canadarm replica), Barr Colony Heritage Cultural Centre (St. John's Minster building, fountain, building exterior).
Longview: Images of buildings and interpreters at the Bar-U Ranch. The Whaleback region southwest of Longview. Cattle farmer Lorne Fuller's ball cap fence. Movie wrangler John Scott's ranch, Scott on horseback, and images of Scott's three western movie sets.
Markerville: Interior and exterior images of the Stephansson House and pictures of the Historic Markerville Creamery's annual Cream Day celebrations (August).
Medicine Hat: World's tallest tepee.
Meeting Creek: Railway depot
Morley: The green bridge in Morley, the 1921 United Church in Morley, the nearby McDougall Memorial Church (built in 1875-76), and boats anchored in Ghost Lake.
Mundare: Interior images of the Basilian Fathers Museum, including displays and close-ups of rare liturgical books. The Sts. Peter and Paul monastery and the Sts. Peter and Paul Shrine. A giant kubassa (sausage) statue that honors a century of local sausage making.
Nanton: Nanton Lancaster Air Museum and the downtown Antique and Art Walk district, including close-up images of some of the antique shops.
Nordegg: Historic buildings, including the Nordegg Community Church and a mine disaster cemetery. Crescent Falls and Abraham Lake.
Okotoks: The Okotoks Erratic (Big Rock) and the Ginger Room (house).
Olds: Mountain View Antiques (housed in an older house).
Peace River: Views of the town and valley from the Sagitawa Lookout, the two bridges, Riverfront Park (including the 12 Foot Davis statue), a wall mural and images of the fall colors near the town.
Pigeon Lake: Ma-Me-O Beach
Pincher Creek: Fire in a farmer's field (autumn 1997), full moon over the prairie, Lundbreck Falls, Cowley windmills west of the town, foothills images looking south towards Waterton, and the Oldman River Dam.
Red Deer: Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum exterior, 67th St. bridge, Fort Normandeau, Three Mile Bend scenics, Francis W. Galbraith bronze sculpture on Ross St., and Ross St. lampost/flowers. Hugh Bower Ponds (fishing and boating activities, scenics) and Cronquist House.
Rocky Mountain House: National Historic Site displays and bison, fishing at Cow Lake, and the North Saskatchewan River.
Rosebud: Rosebud Opera House and Rosebud Country Inn and Tea House
Rowley: Historic buildings, including the railway depot, rail cars and grain elevator.
Sherwood Park: Festival Place (exterior of building, mural, pond).
Slave Lake: Lesser Slave Provincial Park, including Devonshire Beach and the view from Marten Mountain. Fire lookout tower atop Marten Mountain.
Stettler: The Alberta Prairie Steam Tours trains and the station depot.
Stirling: A national historic site, images include horses grazing in the backyards of this Mormon agricultural village, a town mural and the village's commemorative plaque.
St. Albert: St. Albert Place (city hall building), Father Lacombe statue in front of St. Albert Catholic Church, Father Lacombe Chapel, 1882 Bishop Grandin Residence, and Kingswood Park gazebo.
Stony Plain: The Multicultural Heritage Centre, downtown murals and the Dog Rump Creek Park.
Strathmore: Images of the downtown area, including the historic Strathmore Standard building. Rural winter images of an abandoned stone farm house, a modern farm, and grazing horses.
Sundre: The Ya-Ha Tinda ranch (including scenics, ranch signage, historic ruins and Bighorn Campground users) and the Seven Mile area west of Sundre.
Sylvan Lake: Images of the waterslide, beach users, and miniature golf players.
Torrington: Torrington Gopher Hole Museum and other gopher-related items.
Trochu: St. Ann Ranch.
Turner Valley: Images of the Friendship Trail linking Turner Valley and Black Diamond.
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village: Interior and exterior building images, some with costumed interpreters, including a sod house, a church, a hardware store, and other farm buildings and historical artifacts.
Vegreville: Downtown architecture, mural, and the pysanka (Easter egg) statue.
Viking: Town signage (Home of the Sutters), hockey murals at the Carena.
Vulcan: The Tourist Trek Station and the Star Ship statue.
Warner: Devil's Coulee Heritage Museum tour of the egg shell site and images of an active dig site.
Waterton: Boat tour, Red Rock Canyon, Blakiston Falls, Carthew-Alderson Trail, Lower Bertha Falls, Crypt Lake Trail, Rowe Lakes Trail, Maskinonge Lake, Bear's Hump, Crandell Lake, Waterton Lakes, Cameron Lake, Cameron Falls, buffalo paddock, townsite images and the Prince of Wales Hotel. Images of cross country skiing in and around Cameron Lake. View of the Waterton mountains from a prairie perspective (near Pincher Creek) and deer, bighorn sheep images in the townsite (i.e. Cameron Falls) and Red Rock Canyon. Rock skipping in front of the Prince of Wales Hotel. A close-up of a townsite deer during the winter. Waterton River images (taken a short distance north of the park boundary).
Wetaskiwin: Exterior image of the Reynolds-Alberta Museum and interior images of the restoration garage, including pictures of a 1918 Winton Six car undergoing restoration.
Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park: Various scenics of the area, including the Milk River, Hoo Doo Interpretive Trail, Native rock art, and the guided tour.
The Sapergia family (horse training) of Okotoks, the Griffin family (horse reining) of DeWinton, Grimshaw family (horse training) of Springbank, soapstone artist Mosha Michael, painter Joane Cardinal-Schubert, painter Ted Godwin, and sculptor Katie Ohe, and western sculptor Gina McDougall Cohoe.
Rainbow over a highway valley between Camrose and Wetaskiwin, an old two-storey farm house near Donalda, leaning farm buildings near Morrin, pump jack at Drumheller, irrigation in Southern Alberta, farmhouse near Drumheller, fog-shrouded gravel road near Lesser Slave Lake (plus fall colors along the same road with Lesser Slave Lake in the background), grain harvesting east of High River, wheat field near Strathmore, canola field near Chestermere Lake, hay stacks near Bragg Creek, Milk River and west of Calgary. Also, grazing cows in the foothills near Bragg Creek and west of Calgary. Grazing horses in the Chestermere Lake/Strathmore area and in Beiseker, plus wild roses near Drumheller.
Sports images include kayaking in Kananaskis Country, fishing in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Kananaskis Country and the Bow River in Calgary, plus baseball images of the defunct Calgary Cannons, and rodeo and chuckwagon images from the Calgary Stampede. Cycling, jogging, rollerblading, exhibition softball, skiing, snowboarding, summer ski jumping, outdoor hockey, ice skating, and ballooning images are also available.
Many images taken throughout the four seasons, including fall foliage, fresh snowfall and spring blossoms. Pictures were also taken in a variety of weather conditions, including snow, rain, hoar frost, fog, wind and lightning. Many rainbow and sunrise/sunset images are also available.
Many images shot in zoos and wildlife parks of cheetahs, tigers, monkeys, various birds, and larger animals such as giraffes. Also, images of wild animals, such as mountain goats, deer, moose, bison, big horn sheep, elk, chipmunks, and squirrels.
Castlegar: Overhead views of the town from a highway viewpoint.
Golden: Murals in downtown Golden (including Packers Place and a tribute to Swiss guides), outdoor flower display, Kicking Horse River, Kicking Horse Pedestrian Bridge, and the surrounding mountains.
Invermere area: Lake Windermere, cabin photos, Columbia River, Fort Steele, Dutch Creek hoo doos, salmon run, Toby Creek, Horsethief Creek, Westside Road, views of the Columbia River valley from various vantage points (including the top of Mount Swansea), buildings in Invermere and Wilmer, lodgepole pine ranch fence, and the Greywolf golf course at Panorama.
Kamloops: Night images
Kimberley: Images of the downtown Bavarian-themed buildings.
Kootenay National Park: Marble Canyon, Sinclair Canyon and Radium Hot Springs users, Paint Pots, Fireweed Trail (Vermilion Pass) and Highway 93.
Mayne Island: A wide variety of images, including Bennett Bay/Georgeson Island, Miners Bay, Village Bay (ferry images), Mount Parke Trail and ridge views, Georgina Point Heritage Point and Lighthouse, Campbell Bay, Oyster Bay, Horton Bay, Gallagher Bay, Dinner Bay Park, the Dawe apple orchard, Trading Post, Island Cottage, Springwater Lodge, Mayne Inn, Root Seller Inn, Glenwood Farm driveway, Mayne Island Museum, Church of St. Mary Magdalene/cemetery, various houses and farm scenes.
Mount Robson Provincial Park: Mount Robson, Robson River, Yellowhead Lake and Kinney Lake. Waterfalls and images of the Yellowhead Highway.
Nelson: Historic City Hall and Court House buildings, The Monument (by John McKinnon, 1983).
Radium: Images of an unusual crafts business.
Trail: Worker's Memorial, bridge views, Kootenay River, Trail flower signage.
Valemount: Heli-hiking in the Cariboo Mountains.
Vancouver: Stanley Park (fisherman, Prospect Point, Siwash Rock, 3rd Beach, Hollow Tree), English Bay Beach Park, Sylvia Hotel, Gastown district (including storefront images and the Europe Hotel building), Grouse Mountain and city night images.
Vernon: O'Keefe Historic Ranch, provincial park images and Falkland area.
Wells Gray Provincial Park: Images of waterfalls (Dawson Falls and Helmcken Falls) and other sights in the park.
Yoho National Park: Lake O'Hara region (including Lake O'Hara Lodge, Elizabeth Parker Hut, Lake Oesa, Opabin Plateau, Schaffer Lake, Lake McArthur, Linda Lake, Mary Lake and Morning Glory Lakes), Yoho Valley, Takakkaw Falls, Natural Bridge, Ross Lake, Burgess Shale fossil site, Twin Falls, Twin Falls Creek, Yoho Lake, Yoho River, and Emerald Lake.
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park (Saskatchewan side): Reesor Lake, Reesor Lake viewpoint, Symons-Noble Place, and nearby Fort Walsh, including images of the fort, trading post, and a guided tour. Large sculpture by John Weaver.
North Battleford: Urban and rural images, including the Northern Lights, a lightning storm and Cochin. Exhibition grounds, including riders and night images. Christmas light displays in the city and triathlon athletes running through a culvert.
Fort Qu'Appelle: Town signage/fort frontage, downtown historic buildings.
Kindersley: Queen Elizabeth's visit to a nearby farm in 1987.
Moose Jaw: Downtown buildings, trolley car tour, Crescent Park, and exterior signage for the Tunnels of Moose Jaw tours.
Regina: Images of Wascana Centre, including Wascana Lake and the Legislature Building.
Rosetown: Harvested farmer's field.
Saskatoon: Exhibition Saskatchewan Roughriders football game (1980s).
Yorkton: Scenics of Good Spirit Provincial Park, including sand dunes and children playing on the beach.
Seattle (including the underground tour, night views from the Space Needle, Discovery Park, Woodland Park Zoo and downtown images), Olympic National Park, Port Townsend, Snoqualmie Falls, Mt. St. Helens and Leavenworth.
Oregon Coast scenics, including Astoria, Cannon Beach, Seaside, Newport and Florence. Many covered bridges throughout Oregon, Hug Point, Sea Lions Caves, Smith Rock State Park, Jacksonville National Historic Landmark, Roseburg Wildlife Safari, Oregon Caves National Monument, Crater Lake, Salem (Silver Falls State Park and Opal Creek Trail), Mt. Hood, Hood River railway trip, ghost town of Golden, Tillamook cheese factory, and Multnomah Falls.
Jackson Hole, Grand Tetons National Park and Yellowstone National Park (including Old Faithful, paint pots, Yellowstone Lake, and Mammoth Hot Springs).
Sandpoint (Sandpoint City Beach, Best Western Edgewater Resort/Beach House Restaurant, Lake Pend Oreille, Coldwater Creek on the Cedar Street Bridge), Cour d' Alene (including Coeur d'Alene Resort, downtown clock tower, City Park, lake tour and Tubbs Hill Park), Kellogg (Silver Mountain Ski Area lift during the summer), Wallace (mine tour, Jamison Hotel and Northern Pacific Depot Railway Museum), Old Mission, Post Falls (dog track racing), Lewiston (jet boat tour on the Snake River), Silver City (a ghost town), Bruneau Sand Dunes, Shoshone Ice Cave and Craters of the Moon National Monument.
Various ghost towns (including Marysville, Elkhorn and Garnet City), Helena (historical tour and sights), Butte (Copper King Mansion and Hell Roarin' Gulch), Lewis and Clark Caverns, Deer Lodge (Old Montana Prison tour), the Spires rock formation, and Glacier National Park (Going-To-The-Sun Highway, Avalanche Lake, Lake McDonald and touring cars).
Yosemite National Park, Mono Lake, Lake Shasta Caverns, California coast (i.e. Jenner, Mendocino, Trinidad and Crescent City), Napa Valley and redwoods images.