Looking West Down 4th Avenue South From 9th Street, Lethbridge, AB, 1920-22.

alex-maclean:

Journalist Dan Grossman and I are off to explore Alberta’s tar sands further, with your help. As a part of my documentation of the Keystone XL Pipeline, we are hosting an Indiegogo campaign through August 14th to support a deeper investigation in to the area, exposing the reality of what is in the pipe and what it means for you and your environment.

If you are interested, click through the link below to find out more about the project and how you can help. 

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tar-sands-truth

wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
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wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
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wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS
wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.
Elk island july 21 2014 
MY PICS

wapiti3:

THE SLOWER YOU GO THE BIGGER YOUR WORLD GETS!  on Flickr.

Elk island july 21 2014 

MY PICS

jyleshay:

Alberta Prairie Railway Excursion in Stettler, Alberta

newoldstockphotos:

Whiskey time!

Three men and a bottle of whiskey. Lovett, Alberta. From the Godby Family fonds, PR2009.0441/16.

wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | great outdoors | ANSWERhere’s the google map, so you can find the great outdoors: http://bit.ly/1k7D6UN
adolf minchau was born in 1890 in russia
he emigrated to canada in 1907, settling in the town of strathcona
he worked for john walter as a millwright at the southside sawmill
he set-up his own blacksmith shop in 1912
the first shop was at 7719-99 street
in 1928 he moved his shop to 8108-101 street
he operated the blacksmith and machine shop until 1955 when his sons fred and stanley took it over
they continued to run the business until 1980
*info from http://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/GermansInAlberta/?page=331
wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | great outdoors | ANSWERhere’s the google map, so you can find the great outdoors: http://bit.ly/1k7D6UN
adolf minchau was born in 1890 in russia
he emigrated to canada in 1907, settling in the town of strathcona
he worked for john walter as a millwright at the southside sawmill
he set-up his own blacksmith shop in 1912
the first shop was at 7719-99 street
in 1928 he moved his shop to 8108-101 street
he operated the blacksmith and machine shop until 1955 when his sons fred and stanley took it over
they continued to run the business until 1980
*info from http://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/GermansInAlberta/?page=331
wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | great outdoors | ANSWERhere’s the google map, so you can find the great outdoors: http://bit.ly/1k7D6UN
adolf minchau was born in 1890 in russia
he emigrated to canada in 1907, settling in the town of strathcona
he worked for john walter as a millwright at the southside sawmill
he set-up his own blacksmith shop in 1912
the first shop was at 7719-99 street
in 1928 he moved his shop to 8108-101 street
he operated the blacksmith and machine shop until 1955 when his sons fred and stanley took it over
they continued to run the business until 1980
*info from http://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/GermansInAlberta/?page=331
wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | great outdoors | ANSWERhere’s the google map, so you can find the great outdoors: http://bit.ly/1k7D6UN
adolf minchau was born in 1890 in russia
he emigrated to canada in 1907, settling in the town of strathcona
he worked for john walter as a millwright at the southside sawmill
he set-up his own blacksmith shop in 1912
the first shop was at 7719-99 street
in 1928 he moved his shop to 8108-101 street
he operated the blacksmith and machine shop until 1955 when his sons fred and stanley took it over
they continued to run the business until 1980
*info from http://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/GermansInAlberta/?page=331

wearenotatthemall:

zine | not at the mall | phase 7 | great outdoors | ANSWER
here’s the google map, so you can find the great outdoors: http://bit.ly/1k7D6UN

  • adolf minchau was born in 1890 in russia
  • he emigrated to canada in 1907, settling in the town of strathcona
  • he worked for john walter as a millwright at the southside sawmill
  • he set-up his own blacksmith shop in 1912
  • the first shop was at 7719-99 street
  • in 1928 he moved his shop to 8108-101 street
  • he operated the blacksmith and machine shop until 1955 when his sons fred and stanley took it over
  • they continued to run the business until 1980

*info from http://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/GermansInAlberta/?page=331

coryjohnn:

A 30 Second Exposure from this past Saturday at the Mutart Conservatory in Edmonton, Alberta.

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