View over south east Fish Creek Park
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View over south east Fish Creek Park

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This is a view over southeast corner of Fish Creek park in Calgary. The park is greatly appreciated by calgarians as one of the most favorite places for recreation and sports. There is a lot of wildlife can be seen in the park. Many kilometers of paved pathways make it ideal for biking and jogging.

There is an open aquatic facility that can be seen on the picture.

The picture is taken using kite aerial photography technique. Custom made photo-robot is suspended from the kite line at the altitude over about 200 meters.

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