Seeing Alberta Through Our Members' Eyes

Logo for APEGA's Centennial Celebration

In June, to celebrate our upcoming centennial, we asked our members to send us their best photos capturing the spirit of engineering and geoscience in Alberta. Our members enthusiastically answered that call: we received almost 200 photos exhibiting the fascinating province around us, and it was almost impossible to select the 13 best.

Photo content included the beauty of nature, feats of engineering, and iconic Alberta landmarks. Check out the winners and the top three photo selections below.

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1st Place ($1,000): Mark Pollon, P.Eng. Suspended Methane Gas Bubbles, Abraham Lake


2nd Place ($750): Gabe Shelley, P.Eng. Walterdale Bridge, Edmonton


3rd Place: ($500): John Andersen, P.Geol. Steve Mercator Panorama, Kananaskis

Honorable Mention ($100 each)

Lincol Lin, P.Eng. Lethbridge High Level Bridge

Dale Nagel, P.Eng. Leaking Compressor Unloaders, Joffre

Mark Pollon, P.Eng. Glacier Skywalk, Columbia Icefield

Kwan Fung, E.I.T. Giants of Mining, Wood Buffalo

Mark Pollon, P.Eng. Central Library, Calgary

Evan Noble, P.Eng. Chromed Rotors, Edmonton

Chun Kit Tam, E.I.T. Saamis Tepee, Medicine Hat

Jordan Wiess, P.Eng. Valve, Turner Valley Gas Plant Provincial Historic Site, Turner Valley

Gokhul Abbayi, E.I.T. Crude Oil Pump, Drumheller

Dorothy Tse, P.Eng. Tyrannosaurus rex, Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller


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