inourage:

The road to Rabbit Hill,

Springtime in Edmonton.

smoonie:

Today, Edmonton lost some of Toti’s work to sandblasters.
That mural was 30 years old, some might say that is very young but seeing as we just celebrated the centennial of Alberta that means this mural has been around for 30% of our documented existence.
*sigh*
smoonie:

Today, Edmonton lost some of Toti’s work to sandblasters.
That mural was 30 years old, some might say that is very young but seeing as we just celebrated the centennial of Alberta that means this mural has been around for 30% of our documented existence.
*sigh*
smoonie:

Today, Edmonton lost some of Toti’s work to sandblasters.
That mural was 30 years old, some might say that is very young but seeing as we just celebrated the centennial of Alberta that means this mural has been around for 30% of our documented existence.
*sigh*
smoonie:

Today, Edmonton lost some of Toti’s work to sandblasters.
That mural was 30 years old, some might say that is very young but seeing as we just celebrated the centennial of Alberta that means this mural has been around for 30% of our documented existence.
*sigh*
smoonie:

Today, Edmonton lost some of Toti’s work to sandblasters.
That mural was 30 years old, some might say that is very young but seeing as we just celebrated the centennial of Alberta that means this mural has been around for 30% of our documented existence.
*sigh*

smoonie:

Today, Edmonton lost some of Toti’s work to sandblasters.

That mural was 30 years old, some might say that is very young but seeing as we just celebrated the centennial of Alberta that means this mural has been around for 30% of our documented existence.

*sigh*

northernbushcraft:

The 6,800-hectare blaze — dubbed the Spreading Creek fire — was sparked by a lightning strike almost two weeks ago.

It has torn through approximately 2,500 hectares of national park land, making it one of the fastest burning fires officials have seen in years.

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/07/16/banff-fire_n_5591996.html

"A national heritage group has put Edmonton’s Paramount Theatre on its annual list of Canada’s Top 10 endangered historic sites.

Opened in 1952, the 1,750-seat Jasper Avenue landmark was once the largest movie house on the Prairies before it was closed by Famous Players in 2003.

It was reduced to 800 seats in a 1980s renovation and served as home for the City Centre Church until last year.

With no one else interested in leasing the space, owner ProCura is planning to build a 28-30-storey apartment tower on the site.”

Farmhouse kitchen, Edmonton area, 1917

A haze from forest fires blankets over Edmonton on July 16, 2014. Overlooking the River Valley from Edmonton House.
Before and After photos taken by Leia Astorga via spacing.ca

geminimag:

7 days in alberta  //  Alberta sunset
geminimag:

7 days in alberta  //  Alberta sunset
geminimag:

7 days in alberta  //  Alberta sunset

geminimag:

7 days in alberta  //  Alberta sunset

wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | flora/fauna | rose hip
rose hips and rose petals are edible
in the same family as apples
have a bit of the tartness of crabapples
a great source of vitamin C
the best time to harvest rose hips is after the first frost (frost helps sweeten the flavour)
wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | flora/fauna | rose hip
rose hips and rose petals are edible
in the same family as apples
have a bit of the tartness of crabapples
a great source of vitamin C
the best time to harvest rose hips is after the first frost (frost helps sweeten the flavour)

wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | flora/fauna | rose hip

  • rose hips and rose petals are edible
  • in the same family as apples
  • have a bit of the tartness of crabapples
  • a great source of vitamin C
  • the best time to harvest rose hips is after the first frost (frost helps sweeten the flavour)
complexmindsimpleheart:

The forest fires are creating a “sepia” affect in Edmonton. Even the city hall night lights are on it’s so dark.
complexmindsimpleheart:

The forest fires are creating a “sepia” affect in Edmonton. Even the city hall night lights are on it’s so dark.
complexmindsimpleheart:

The forest fires are creating a “sepia” affect in Edmonton. Even the city hall night lights are on it’s so dark.
complexmindsimpleheart:

The forest fires are creating a “sepia” affect in Edmonton. Even the city hall night lights are on it’s so dark.

complexmindsimpleheart:

The forest fires are creating a “sepia” affect in Edmonton. Even the city hall night lights are on it’s so dark.

nobodycallsmemaurice:

Cloverdale Bridge in Edmonton. Doomed to fall in the wake of the next LRT
nobodycallsmemaurice:

Cloverdale Bridge in Edmonton. Doomed to fall in the wake of the next LRT
nobodycallsmemaurice:

Cloverdale Bridge in Edmonton. Doomed to fall in the wake of the next LRT

nobodycallsmemaurice:

Cloverdale Bridge in Edmonton. Doomed to fall in the wake of the next LRT