In yet another breathtaking article by Spacing Edmonton‘s Tom Young and photographer Darren Kirby, readers see what it is that makes Edmonton a visually spectacular city. Kirby has assembled a magnificent group of photographs, taken at various points throughout the year. The Muttart Conservatory is shot with a stunning winter background, and the 1913 Government House is photographed on a dreary rainy day. Heck, even the Suncor Refinery is beautiful in Kirby’s photography!
We encourage you to drop whatever you’re doing, take a quick break, and revel in Kirby’s contributions to Spacing Edmonton. If you’re anything like us, you probably want to stand up, grab a camera, and go take your own photographs across Festival City.
CC photograph courtesy of bulliver (Darren Kirby) on Flickr.