Working in the vicinity of Shaw Park, I’m often treated to beautiful morning and evening views. I don’t always have my camera with me, but I do always have my phone (iPhone 6 to be exact), and they say the best camera is the one you have with you. As long as you don’t zoom in too close, I tend to agree.
A nice sunrise in Downtown Winnipeg from back in late October.
Actual shots of Winnipeg! A holiday miracle!
I’ve focused so much on Manitoba shots over the last six months or so (may as well call this website Manitoba Love Hate), that it almost seems weird to be posting shots of Winnipeg. I’ve got several days worth of Winnipeg for you, then it’s the final Manitoba road trip of 2016.
Here’s a collection of seemingly random photos—all taken with the convenient, yet frustrating, iPhone 6 camera.
Sun sets on a warmish day in early January, in and around downtown Winnipeg.
Boy, after eight years of Winnipeg Love Hate it’s become practically impossible to come up with names for these daily posts. Starting today, I’m going to go with a movie theme. Let’s see how long I can make it last.
Here’s a look at a collection of fine parking structures in Downtown Winnipeg, where one must never be more than 20 paces away from a place to park. Added bonus: The empty lot in the bottom photot, the former location of the Carlton Inn. Despite the lofty ambition of the recently confirmed True North Square, it would not surprise me one bit if this spot ended up being—you guessed it—another Downtown parkade.