If you go out in the woods today, and you're on the Rocky Mountain Legacy Trail extension, you will see public art! Check out Canmore's 2020 Art Walk in the Woods before it disappears on April 13th!
According to a song from the 1966 hit musical Cabaret, money makes the world go 'round. While not scientifically accurate, money does affect our daily lives like few other things. It's one of the most challenging topics of conversation and can really put a strain on relationships. We work for money. We exchange it for food, housing, transportation, clothing, taxes, utilities, insurance and more. We try to save some for retirement. We may to get creative in the kitchen or when shopping, to make sure money out doesn't exceed money in. This post doesn't include any genius tips for balancing your budget; instead, I applied imagination to photograph money in a few ways that aren't strictly representational.
Contemporary Calgary's new home in the updated centennial planetarium building is now open 6 days/week. Launch exhibitions include a huge moon sculpture by UK-based Luke Jerram and a collection of works by Calgary-based artists, inspired by the architecture and history of Contemporary Calgary's new home. For contemporary art enthusiasts, the return of regular Contemporary Calgary operations is a welcome complement to the programming at Esker Foundation.
New year, new decade(?) and new adventures all come together in this month's installment of the Photo Blogging Challenge. Between New Year's Eve fireworks, checking out the Banff/Lake Louise Snow Days, a visit to Contemporary Calgary's new home, a vacation including new-to-us National and State parks and other activities, there were plenty of photos to choose from.
The annual SnowDays winter festival in Banff National Park continues to evolve. Highlights for 2020 include snow sculptures in Banff and ice sculptures at Lake Louise. Pack your camera and skates and enjoy a mid-winter day in the Canadian Rockies!