Inglewood is Calgary’s oldest neighbourhood, containing the city’s oldest surviving building (Fort Calgary), and is the city’s original downtown centre. Today, it is primarily a shopping and arts district, in addition to being a beautiful place to photograph at night.
In this post, I share a few of my favourite photos taken during a recent weeknight walk through the neighbourhood.
- Yarn bombing can be found near Bite Groceteria, which is part of a new mixed-use development. Many people are worried that Inglewood is slowly losing its character as more of its old buildings are replaced.
- The Inglewood Food Mart & Video is one of Inglewood’s most iconic businesses.
- The Blackfoot Trail Overpass is not usually on anyone’s sightseeing list, but I loved the structural appearance and lighting conditions.
- Ninth Avenue is generally regarded as Calgary’s first “main street”.
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