It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Festival of Trees kicks off the holiday season this weekend at the Shaw Conference Centre, getting young and old alike into the festive spirit.
Fun fact: since the festival’s inception in 1985, 1675+ trees have been decorated and 83 750+ Christmas ornaments have been hung!
The snow is here to stay in Edmonton with what can only be colder weather to come. On the bright side, the city is looking like a gorgeous and serene winter wonderland! Here’s your look back at this month in #yeg from locations primarily spanning Capilano, Louise McKinney Park, Hawrelak Park, and other locations along the River Valley:
To see more of this month’s fall freeze along the North Saskatchewan River, see this lookbook.
With the river now frozen over, you can be sure that winter is well on its way! Here’s a look back at this year’s fall freeze as seen from locations in Forest Heights, Capilano, Louise McKinney Park, and central Edmonton on or near the High Level Bridge:
And finally, a couple video clips:
This post documents “Transformation”, the theme of the weekly photo challenge set by the editors at WordPress.com.