Calgary Journal reporters are everywhere in our city, capturing news and finding the art in everyday life. This page will feature some of their best work - click on any of the images below to view the larger version.
Nov 11, 2018
A snowy owl sits alone in a cold Calgary climate at the Calgary Zoo. Photo by Alexandra Nicholson.
Nov 5, 2018
Band called Marsicans in Toronto for Canadian Music Week! This image was shot on #35mm film. Photo by Michaela Neuman.
Oct 28, 2018
When the light hits the water, life itself seems surreal. Photo by Muge Bulat.
Oct 23, 2018
Travelling on tunnel mountain, a long lens captures mountain exploration by Calgary hikers. Photo by David Kim.
Oct 14, 2018
On Sept 22, 2018, Fort Calgary was full of installations for Beakerhead 2018. One of those was Garden Party, created by Green T Designs out of Calgary. Photo by Lauryn Heintz.
Oct 08, 2018
A chameleon sits front and centre at the Calgary Zoo. Photo by Alexandra Nicholson.
Oct 04, 2018
A relaxing Great Grey Owl at the Calgary Zoo.Photo illustration by Shaunda Lamont.
March 29, 2018
Studio Bell opened in Calgary July 1, 2017. The centre features a music Hall of Fame, Canada's music history and influences and architecture that almost seems to mimic the inside of an instrument. Photo by Arianna Korbett.
March 13, 2018
Built in the 1940s, the Black and White Grocery and Meats building in the historic community of Ramsay, Calgary, has been boarded up since 2014. Photo by Emily Thwaites.
March 8, 2018
A burst of light from the ignition of a lighter to create a moment of explosive power. Photo by Isaiah Lindo.
February 4 to 10, 2018
Any moon that is more than half and less than fully illuminated is called a gibbous moon. The waxing gibbous is the phase in which the moon steadily becomes more lit. This picture taken Jan. 29, 2018 shows the moon 94% illuminated. Photo by Jennie Price.
Taken from inside the Bow Valley Sculpture, using a low angle from the back of the head. Feeling uninspired when shooting from the outside of the sculpture, going inside gave a new perspective. Photo by Bailey Gingras-Hamilton.
Taken from directly below the tower, using a Nikon D5000 and a 18-55mm lens. The angle gives a supernatural feel, and by moving the camera slightly when tripping the shutter, the second ring of light is created. Photo by Bailey Gingras-Hamilton.