• Glass negatives by photographer E.J.C. Smith, taken circa 1898. His photo store was located at 276 Smith Street in Winnipeg.
  • Nov. 17, 1885: Louis Riel
  • A full moon becomes a blood moon as Canada experiences a full lunar eclipse, early Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
  • A view of downtown Winnipeg at dawn

Images from around the world chosen by the photo desk at the Winnipeg Free Press.

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    Reasons to love Winnipeg

    Celebrating Winnipeg through the lenses of Free Press photographers.

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  • A view of downtown Winnipeg at dawn

    A view of downtown Winnipeg at dawn   (Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Downtown Winnipeg

    Downtown Winnipeg   (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press files) Photo Store

  • The Canadian Museum for Human Rights at The Forks as seen through the frosted windows on The Forks parkade.

    The Canadian Museum for Human Rights at The Forks as seen through the frosted windows on The Forks parkade.   (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press files) Photo Store

  • Holiday Lights glow in downtown Winnipeg

    Holiday Lights glow in downtown Winnipeg   (Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • The legislature glows at Christmas.

    The legislature glows at Christmas.   (Ken Gigliotti / Winnipeg Free Press archives) Photo Store

  • The river trail at The Forks: a fine place to spend some time.

    The river trail at The Forks: a fine place to spend some time.   (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press files) Photo Store

  • Winnipeggers embrace the winter by enjoying the Red River trail.

    Winnipeggers embrace the winter by enjoying the Red River trail.   (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press files) Photo Store

  • Winnipeg is truly a green city.

    Winnipeg is truly a green city.   (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • A man takes a stroll through the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden at Assiniboine Park  as the morning sun streams through the tall evergreens illuminating the surrounding blossoms.

    A man takes a stroll through the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden at Assiniboine Park as the morning sun streams through the tall evergreens illuminating the surrounding blossoms.   (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press files) Photo Store

  • Leo Mol donated his statues to the Assiniboine Park, which attracts more then 250,000 visitors a year.

    Leo Mol donated his statues to the Assiniboine Park, which attracts more then 250,000 visitors a year.   (Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press files) Photo Store

  • The duck pond at Kildonan Park.

    The duck pond at Kildonan Park.   (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Canoeing down the Seine River

    Canoeing down the Seine River   (Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • The urban landscape architecture Oodena, the celebration circle at The Forks.

    The urban landscape architecture Oodena, the celebration circle at The Forks.   (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • The Festival of Fools is just an example of the festivals, fairs and free events in the city.

    The Festival of Fools is just an example of the festivals, fairs and free events in the city.   (Crystal Schick / Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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