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Old Oct 15, 2005, 1:26 PM   #1
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I was out this morning early to catch the reflection of the sunrise on the city of Calgary, Alberta. I shot this with my FZ20 on Manual Mode and on a tripod.
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Old Oct 15, 2005, 1:47 PM   #2
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Nice job spy! Looks pretty early and cold! No snow yet? Jim
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Old Oct 15, 2005, 3:32 PM   #3
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It's cold enough and lots of snow in the rocky mountains. But we're going to trade it all in to see the NASCAR races in Pheonix this Nov! YEAH!!!!!!
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Old Oct 15, 2005, 3:52 PM   #4
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Nice, lots of red light but still it looks pretty cold there, very unique, I like this pic.:G
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Old Oct 15, 2005, 4:19 PM   #5
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from the one and only....scotchman's hill! yes?

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Old Oct 15, 2005, 8:19 PM   #6
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It would be Tom Campbell's Hill directly north of the zoo on top of the hill. Is Tom Campbell a scotchman?

I wish I took a pic of the sunrise ina size I could post. The sky was bright red.
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It would be Tom Campbell's Hill directly north of the zoo on top of the hill. Is Tom Campbell a scotchman?

I wish I took a pic of the sunrise ina size I could post. The sky was bright red.
Were you looking at the north end of the saddledome? Or could you see the east side of it, and the Stampede grounds? If you couldn't see the east side of the saddledome, you weren't exactly where I thought you were. I thought maybe you just cropped out the 'dome. Scotchman's hill is the hill overlooking the stampede grounds. So called because for generations folks have watched the races and rodeo for free from there. Best regards,

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Old Oct 16, 2005, 10:32 AM   #8
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No, we were on the hill where you park for the zoo on the north side of Memorial Drive. There is a great 'off leash' area for your dog if you have one and the view is incredible. After the sun does show itself, you get to see the Rocky Mountains in the background. SPECTACULAR!
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You captured that one really well. Love the shot.
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Outstanding!
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