It’s been a while since I posted any photos of the Glenmore Reservoir, although I visit this area regularly by car, and by bike! In this post, I’d share my favourite photos from the past few years.
Calgary’s Glenmore Reservoir is one of Calgary’s only large bodies of water, and was created through the construction of the Glenmore Dam in 1932. This dam is purely a gravity dam, where the sheer size and weight of the dam alone provides a barrier to the water. The Hoover dam is an arch-gravity dam, where the arch shape provides extra strength reducing the required size and resources needed. Continue reading
Even though the winter snow covers the ground and many trees have no leaves, an evening sunset makes South Glenmore Park beautiful. Continue reading
As 2014 begins, I am playing catch up with my next few posts from the summer.
This posts covers my photos taken at the Glenmore Reservoir a few days after the flood waters receded. Continue reading