A very sharp contrast between nature and the city in the backdrop, David.
I like it. Golden ☆ + Best Of
Thank you very much, Worapong! I enjoy the contrast between nature and the city here as well! Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is the only city I know of where you have the contrast of tall near 40 story skyscrapers in the background and a massive stretch of forested valleys in the foreground. An interesting and ironic thing about Edmonton is that it's an oil town, over 1 million in population, but there is a parks system which stretches for 40 km (25 mi)in length and is up to 3 km (2 mi) wide and up to 60m (200 ft) deep with many side valleys and ravines. This makes it the city with the most urban parkland in North America. We also have West Edmonton Mall, North America's largest mall (formerly world's largest)with the world's largest indoor amusement park and waterpark. It's the parks, however, that I think are most attractive about Edmonton, Canada.
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Photo taken in River Valley Capitol Hill, Edmonton, AB, Canada
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