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Vanishing Point: Striking Perspective Photography From Across Canada

These five artfully shot images prove that perspective is everything.

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Storm clouds on open road in CanadaPhoto: Marc Labelle

Storm Chasers

Here’s a great example of perspective in photography. Marc Labelle of Fredericton writes, “My girlfriend Sarah Macfarlane, our little boy Jack and our super sidekick dog Copper shared a great adventure as we travelled out west. From Badlands to mountain passes, we endured weather of all kinds including rain, snow, fog, hail and drought—now that’s about as Canadian as you can get!”

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Perspective in photographyPhoto: Russ Hayes

Reflections of a Skyscraper

Russ Hayes of Sherbrooke, Quebec, captured this imposing shot in downtown Calgary—he and his wife were on a month-long visit to the city.

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Sunset at the Canadian National ExhibitionPhoto: John Stager

Into the Sunset

John Stager of Pickering, Ontario, snapped this moody pic at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. The CNE is just one of 50 attractions that will have you falling in love with Toronto all over again.

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Changing autumn leaves in wildernessPhoto: Cathy Nixon

Golden Splendour

Cathy Nixon of Leduc, Alberta, shares this sunning fall scene, writing, “Cool breezes had begun to blow but outside my house I could still find blooming roses. I also saw leaves starting to yellow. Although every season offers something to savour and enjoy, autumn has a special place in my heart for many reasons—one being that my birthday is on the first day of fall!”

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Calgary Tower in downtown corePhoto: Jen Hirst

The Stampede City

Jen Hirst of Calgary shares this awesome shot of the Calgary Tower rising from the downtown core.

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Originally Published in Our Canada