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Canmore In Photographs 

Our Gallery for local photography is open to contributors, either professional or amateur...if you've got great pictures of your Canmore adventure or just life in our community, send them along to our email address; [email protected]. Make sure images are no larger than 200 KB. We are happy to provide photo credits. and will contact you when we receive them.

Pam Doyle Photography

Pam Doyle, photo journalist, author, professional photographer, has been a fixture in Canmore and the Bow Valley for 20 years. Her work is, in a word, spectacular. Click on the thumbnails to open large photographs.

Great Horned Owl Family at Spring Creek

This spring, a mating pair of Great Horned Owls took up residence in the bush along Spring Creek. Two chicks emerged and the local pigeons took flight! Isn't nature wonderful. If anybody has some more pictures of this event please email them in for posting here.

Canmore's 15th Annual Rolling Sculpture Car Show

August 12, 2017 Centennial Park was full of some great automobiles. Whether you're into Rat Rods, Hot Rods, Classic or Vintage, Fast or was a great day! All proceeds from the show went to support Sheepdog Lodge. A fully hosted free of charge rustic log cabin retreat that provides family health and support to veteran/first responders and The Bow Valley Food Bank. A BIG SHOUT OUT to Club President Craig Squires for an awesome event. See y'all next year.

Graeme McLeish

I live in Lanark, Scotland. My hobbies are photography, playing electric guitar and hiking. Our family first came to Canmore on vacation in 2004. Although we have had around 20 trips to Canmore since then, the town and the surrounding parks still seem to offer something new every time we visit. For anyone even remotely interested in photography, Canmore is a paradise.

Carrie Wheatley

Carrie is the owner of since January of 2022. She moved here from Maui, replacing Ocean with Mountains. Its easy to see that she has fallen in love with this Mountain town. This is a collection from her Mountain Monday series, if you follow on Facebook or Instagram you may have seen some of these already, if you don't, then you should. You'll see current photos of the Canmore area from this girls perspective.

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