Monday, November 21, 2011

Photo: Calgary From Above

I've never been to Calgary - not been to Alberta much at all, in fact - but on the my last flight from Vancouver to Toronto, the city of Stephen Harper was spread out right below, with the towers of downtown plainly visible. I hear a lot of tell that Calgary's a distributed, rather sprawling city, cut into sectors by highways and difficult to get from place to place, but with this aerial view it seems considerably more centered than some American cities I could name.

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