I was lucky enough to get to go and photograph the new Cotto restaurant in Calgary late last year. They have the coolest 3D Wine list in the city, and their dishes are wonderful. The Gamberi Panzanella and the Arancini are two favs. Check them out in Kensington.
It’s been a busy week of cruising the backroads in the Alberta countryside. Lovely light in the mornings this time of year. Also easy to photograph the morning as the sun rises around 8:00 am. But the prairie skies really do make this place a great place to live.
You see some great graffiti in the cities all over the world. Artists have made their mark in Berlin, London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles. I came across this piece of Canadian Prairie graffiti while on the road through open land where sometimes you don’t see a building for miles. Looks like the graduating class of 2016 tagged this grain bin in a farmers field.
Moonrise over a wheat field ready to be harvested. Fall is my favourite time on the prairies, the light is great, the nights start to cool, baseball on the radio. It’s a magical time to drive in the country side. Will do more exploring this week.
With the warm weather hitting southern Ontario, I drove up to the Bruce Peninsula for the weekend and stayed at the Henry Air BnB . Although the landscape is still dry and brown; the sun and blue skies made up for the cool spring weather in the air. I toured the Coffin Ridge Winery with views of Georgian Bay, Owen Sound and the South Bruce Peninsula. A great weekend for a road tour out of Toronto.