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Have you ever felt passionately about something?
How about two things?
As a native Edmontonian, I have combined my passion for photography with my love for the city. 
My photography is a combination of creativity and artistry conveying a unique and interesting perspective of Edmonton and Alberta.
My photography also documents many lost buildings and businesses.
This collection is a labour of love and the culmination of over
20 years of film and digital photography.
Copyright  David Aaron
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Website updated
January 10th 2012
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If there is a street or place you are looking for that is not on my website, feel free to email me.  There's a chance I may have it.


If you looking for beautiful or unique images of Edmonton or Alberta, I hold a library of remarkable images that go far beyond those found on my website.
Please contact me.
  If you are interested in buying a photograph from this website, please email me. 
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Wonderful News
A selection of my photographs is now available
from the Allied Art Council at the Lebel Mansion in Pincher Creek.
Great News.  "Edmonton: Then and Now"  hits book shelves at:
Tix on the Square
Chapter's on Whyte (105 st)
Audrey's bookstore
Indigo at South Edmonton Common
Indigo at North Town Mall
Chapter's West Edm Mall
Coles @ Southgate
Prints and the Paper on 124th str.
 
This is a fun fascinating 90 page look at Edmonton and the many changes that have occurred.  Many of the photographs are one-of-a-kind and high quality.

Book can also be ordered on-line by emailing me. 
Books can also be ordered on-line
directly from the publisher
Book Now Available in store or on-line
I'm back in the Old Strathcona Farmer's Market every Saturday from
8 AM to 3 PM until the end of January.
Sorry no books can be purchased at the market.
  Great News: Edmonton Then and Now reaches #1 on the best seller list for
  non-fiction in Edmonton for the week of Dec. 11th.  Thank-you to everyone who purchased a book.
Jasper Avenue - 1963