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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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  I also hold a  collection of very good quality images of Edmonton taken between 1930 and 1975.
Website updated
October 13rd, 2017
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"Farm in the City"
This Farm resided within the city limits for many years was recently demolished.

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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. 

"Homestead #3" Runner-up
Allied Art Council
I now offer frames made from reclaimed Wood
Please contact me for pricing.
1949
This artistic endeavour shows an old steam train as it passes through the Rocky mountains.
Please note this is a low-res image for the internet
Mountain Train
Edmonton Skyline
Wonderful News
A selection of my photographs are now available
from the Allied Art Council at the Lebel Mansion in Pincher Creek.
The new Walterdale bridge opened Sept 18th after a 2 year delay.
This photo pays tribute to the old bridge prior to construction of the new one.
My library contains various HQ views of the old bridge taken over a span of ten years.
I also have various images taken on the morning the new bridge opened.
One other thing.  I'm looking for a photograph of the old Walterdale Grocery store located on the southside of the Walterdale bridge.  If you have an image or know where I can find one, that would be much appreciated.  Thanks.
Walterdale Bridge