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View Poll Results: Saskatoon photo thread: Super cool or super lame?
The more photos the better. 41 73.21%
I'm tired of seeing the Bessborough. 6 10.71%
Use the My City Photos sub-forum instead. 4 7.14%
Indifferent. 5 8.93%
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Old Posted Jul 26, 2010, 1:52 AM
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This set is ordered chronologically -- sort of

Dief the Chief

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Dief the Chief's House


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A quick 13.3...Dief the Chief's car (ha)


Dief the Chief Airport


Dief the Chief

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It all made sense at the time
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The first three images were captured while smoke from B.C. forest fires passed through the city.

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4 President Murray Park - Brunskill Elementary School, U of S student residences


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6 Kinsmen Park
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From Diefenbaker Park...

1 Water treatment plant in foreground, T. Eaton Lofts up to the left, and SIAST Campus in upper right.


2 St. Paul's Hospital on the left, and Parrish and Heimbecker Terminal to the right.


3 Viterra Terminal, and Holiday Park Golf Course in foreground.


4 Cameco HQ Campus (dark exteriors), and Holiday Park Golf Course in foreground,


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7 Valley Road...


...is the road to...


...Paradise Beach AKA Bare Ass Beach.

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A little bit of industry...





























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Thanks to 'kaki333' from this website.

There are some great aerial shots showing the lay of the land.

http://travel.webshots.com/album/331...btDOJS?start=0

Have to be a member to d/l the full screen though but there are a bunch of pics in the library.
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Fantastic aerials and some rare winter scene photography. Great find!

The Castle on the River

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Aren't they?

The diff angles taken instead of the everyday-Joe kind of shots gets me looking forward even more to visiting in the near future. I wanna save it til RL is complete. By than I can start winging out resumes after school's done.
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what a beautiful city....

keep the pics coming!
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hehehe urban camping (this was a few summers ago)

Credit to a friend.

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^^ haha awesome

here are some recent shots / daydreams:





























































http://www.flickr.com/photos/62627421@N07/

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Right on! Cargo ships on the river haha

Is this from the top level of that new house on Sask crescent -- the one with the copper crown?

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^^ haha awesome

here are some recent shots / daydreams:





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http://www.flickr.com/photos/62627421@N07/
That last one is eerily similar to my incomplete monstrosity of imagination No massive birds though.

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This photographer has a great collection of Saskatoon and area photos.
http://www.panoramio.com/user/885814/stats


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From another photog sejko on Panoramio
Downtown 2nd Avenue. Late 70s-early 80s?
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North of Saskatoon

A little off the beaten path...yayyy for ultra zoom


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Great shots, Ruckus. Thanks!

Where is the home located that is in photo #6?
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Great shots, Ruckus. Thanks!

Where is the home located that is in photo #6?
It is just off Warman Road, right before Cathedral Bluffs. I can't recall the name of the development but there is a dozen or so lots for sale.
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It is just off Warman Road, right before Cathedral Bluffs. I can't recall the name of the development but there is a dozen or so lots for sale.
Hey, thanks. Love the architecture.
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Hey, thanks. Love the architecture.
It's definitely one of the prettier ones out in that area.
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Thank you for the photo's I am bringing my wife and children back to Saskatchewan next year for the first time in five years. Can't wait to show them my roots.

Where i was born and raised......
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