Fall in Calgary | October, 2017

Hello friends,

Today my post is about my exploration of Calgary’s fall! It is my first time living in Calgary during the fall so I obviously need to explore where to find the best pictures! Now let me take you through my Sunday …

It started out good, I slept in until around 8 (which is very nice considering I get up at 5:30 or 6:30 am throughout the week) and then I got straight to work! I baked and then cleaned and did laundry. Went to Costco and then I had to wait around at home for someone to stop by and pick something up. Then I went to Superstore for the rest of my groceries, got home, and cooked a few meals for the upcoming week. By the time I was finished with all that it was almost 5 o’clock!

However, once all of that was done I decided I needed to head out to get some fall pictures seeing as half the leaves are already gone!! (Edit: it also snowed today! So I am very happy I went haha) I decided to go to Nose Hill Park in Calgary, but what I didn’t realize was that it closed ten minutes after I got there! And that I had to go on a hike to get any good pictures, which I was not prepared for nor had the energy for. So long story short, my first stop was a fail!

The only half decent picture I got from Nose Hill Park

Then I decided to go to Crescent Heights because we were there at new years and I remembered it having a good view of the city and boy was I right! This entire street gives you a stunning view of Calgary as well as the river and trees that surround it. I was soo happy I chose to go there next! Here are some pictures from my hour or so there, I will have another post with more!










I know they kind of all look similar, but if you’re into photography you can appreciate the little differences!

I hope you enjoyed the fall colours of these pictures! I love catching the leaves changing. Do you like going exploring in the fall to see how the scenery around you changes? Let me know in the comments below!

Until next time,


23 thoughts on “Fall in Calgary | October, 2017

  1. I think my grandfather was in Edmonton or Calgary before he got dumped at Scotch College, Melbourne as a 12 year old. His father, my great grandfather, returned to Aberdeen, Scotland, all the females of his family having died of yellow fever in Africa.

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      1. There is a book. Names changed. Don’t go there. I have a major in History. Probably easier for me to watch Wolverine. Lol. Watched X Men 2 last night. Beautiful scenery

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  2. Your pictures are Beautiful!! As a fellow Canadian, we do not get to see many pictures like these in a Toronto! Just a lot of condos πŸ™‚ I look forward to reading your blog.

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  3. Thanks for sharing the beautiful photography. My late husband was in the midst of planning a motor coach excursion to Calgary when he suddenly passed. He wanted to make it the most fabulous trip ever, but it wasn’t meant to be.
    Thanks again!

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