Alberta

Native American, Listening to an iPod

Just in case you missed this when it did the rounds in October, here’s some hills in Canada which seem to resemble… well, I’d be hard pushed not to admit that this does look an awful lot like a Native…

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Tuesday, 28th November 2006

Medicine Hat’s Saamis Teepee

Here in Medicine Hat, Canada, you couldn’t possibly miss the Saamis Teepee. Designed for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary and moved here in 1991, it stands over 65 metres high – making Medicine Hat the proud owner of the…

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Wednesday, 12th July 2006

The High Level Bridge

This is the Lethbridge Viaduct, better known as the High Level Bridge in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Crossing the Oldman River valley this steel trestle bridge is up to 96 metres (314 ft) high and 1,624 metres (5,327 feet) long, making…

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Monday, 20th March 2006

Calgary Tower

This is Calgary Tower in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. At 190 metres, slightly taller than the Space Needle, so I’m told. Thanks to Jordon and Jonathan Wilkins.

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Sunday, 24th April 2005

Pixel Fields

This is an awful lot of fields… scroll around for a bit – there’s thousands! And from all the way up here, it looks like some sort of cool pixel-art. Which might perhaps explain why the farmers chose Pac-Man as…

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Tuesday, 19th April 2005
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