Calgary Continued

Fifteen photographs of the city that’s no longer, simply, Cowtown

Fifteen photographs of the city that’s no longer, simply, Cowtown
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Calgary Stampede Grounds, LRT station entrance.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Homes in West Hillhurst.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Downtown residential and business towers.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Glenmore Athletic Park.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
The view south from the north end of the Stoney Trail ring road.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Road maintenance on 10 Avenue SW.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Sun flare on Bankers Hall.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Single-family homes in Panorama Hills.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Ice fishing off a private dock in Lake Bonavista.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
A home in Bankview.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Bridge over the Glenmore Reservoir in Weaselhead Flats.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Bowness, amalgamated by Calgary in 1963.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Overnight camping along the route of the Stampede Parade.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
Downtown, viewed at dusk from the Hudson’s Bay parkade.
Photograph by Wilkosz & Way
The local indie band the Schrapnelles performs at Olympic Plaza.

This appeared in the June 2012 issue.

Wilkosz + Way
Marta Wilkosz and Jeff Way met at the Alberta College of Art + Design. They have collaborated on projects for Fashion and Flare magazines, the Globe and Mail, and other publications.

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