Portrait of Calgary

Portrait of Calgary

Photographs by: Andrew Peter Bradley
ISBN 9781927051368
Softcover | Publication Date: May 1, 2013
Book Dimensions: 8.5 in x 11 in
64 Pages
$16.95 CAD

About the Book

There’s a lot more to Calgary than its reputation as an oil boom town might suggest. With the Bow River coursing through the city and the 1988 Olympic ski jumps perched on a ridge to the southwest, Calgary is situated in a diverse landscape. A vibrant downtown, a legendary Stampede and more outdoor activities within easy reach than you can shake a hiking stick at all give Canada’s Cowtown much more to display than spurs and Smithbilts.

Andrew Bradley provides dozens of full-colour photographs to the sites and scenes of the city. This spectacular photographic tour introduces the best Calgary has to offer, while accompanying text provides great information on what makes the city unique. Whether it’s the rolling foothills just outside of town, the jagged crags of the Rocky Mountains or the vast and diverse architecture, Portrait of Calgary provides a sample of everything.

About the Author(s)

Andrew Peter Bradley left his home on the Australian Gold Coast in 1990 to travel the world. He has lived in New York, Toronto, and Calgary and currently makes his home on Vancouver Island, where he follows his twin passions for photography and sailing.