Photography / Web ExclusivesCalgary ContinuedFifteen photographs of the city that’s no longer, simply, Cowtown September 12, 2012July 25, 2016 - by Wilkosz + WayWilkosz + Way Updated 10:28, Jul. 25, 2016 | Published 4:23, Sep. 12, 2012 Fifteen photographs of the city that’s no longer, simply, Cowtown Calgary Stampede Grounds, LRT station entrance. Homes in West Hillhurst. Downtown residential and business towers. Glenmore Athletic Park. The view south from the north end of the Stoney Trail ring road. Road maintenance on 10 Avenue SW. Sun flare on Bankers Hall. Single-family homes in Panorama Hills. Ice fishing off a private dock in Lake Bonavista. A home in Bankview. Bridge over the Glenmore Reservoir in Weaselhead Flats. Bowness, amalgamated by Calgary in 1963. Overnight camping along the route of the Stampede Parade. Downtown, viewed at dusk from the Hudson’s Bay parkade. The local indie band the Schrapnelles performs at Olympic Plaza. This appeared in the June 2012 issue. Wilkosz + WayMarta 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.