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Calgary Bow River Valley From Edge of Silver Springs
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Image along the Bow River west of downtown, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. This view is in early spring before leaves and grass green. There is a view of downtown and a view of the Rocky Mountains to the west.
Copyright: Merle layden
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Uploaded: 18/04/2012
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