Calgary, a prairie city

My sched has been pretty hectic since I started working... in the meantime, let me share some pictures of Calgary...

The tall buildings from afar is downtown Calgary
Taken from Nose Hill Park

Nose Hill Park, one of the largest municipal parks in Canada and North America, is located in the northwest quadrant of Calgary, Alberta. It is a natural environment park, commonly regarded as a retreat from city life and a place to enjoy nature. It is the second-largest park in Calgary.

I love seeing bare trees covered with snow!


niceheart said...

Looks like a lovely peaceful city. I also love the sight of snow covered trees. :)

HiPnCooLMoMMa said...

pede pang postcard the pictures that you took...i want/will experience snow one day...when kaya yun?

vernaloo said...

oh Jo!

The pictures are totally hallmark-y materials :)

Junnie said...

snow is my friend and foe..:)

Heart of Rachel said...

It looks like a wonderful city. The snow covered trees must be a lovely sight.

JO said...

Hi Irene,
The land is huge but the population is not.

Hi Girlie,
I'm sure you'll get to see snow one day.

Hi Verns,

Hi Junnie,
Me too. I don't like driving in the snow!

Hi Rach,
Thanks! I got more pictures of bare trees with lots of snow.

ghee said...

ang gandaaa!lalo na yung last pic,parang xmas tree :)

Raquel said...

I appreciate this kind of weather, wala kase samin to eh. Akala ko all parts of the states mag sno-snow.

Ghee is right! I like the last pic too. Great shot Jo, keep it up!

ann said...

Makapag-ipon na nga ng pambili ng mga winter clothes...hehehe.

JO said...

Hi Ghee,

Hi Raquel,
Yan din ang akala ko noon.

Hi Ann,
Better to buy them here too. At least it is fit for the weather here.

MommyBa said...

Ang ganda-ganda ng Calgary!!!!!

JO said...

Hi Liz,
Hope you can come and see it one day!