Canmore: A Photo Essay

Sometimes, the city can be suffocating. The greatest thing about living in Calgary is the easy access to the mountains; forty five minutes and we are there. This past weekend, I was feeling a bit constricted by all the skyscrapers, people, and noise, so we jumped in the car and headed to Canmore. It was a windy, dreary day, and it was just what the doctor ordered: wandering around main street, in and out of shops, eating chocolate treats from the candy shoppe, and taking an hour long walk along the river, stopping every five feet to take photos. I stood still, breathed deep, and let the mountain air wash the city from my lungs.

Here are a few photos I grabbed, all with my Samsung Galaxy S4 (unedited):

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Jessica

Jessica

Jessica can most often be found with her nose in a book, or writing her newest short story/screenplay/novel, but she also has a passion for travel, child-care & development, psychology, feminism (and other forms of equality), and making the world a better place in general. Email Me