A splash of yellow Photographer takes to the skies to get bird's-eye view of Winnipeg

It’s been a fall marked more by grey skies than colourful foliage. But on a rare clear day earlier this week, photographer Mike Sudoma took flight to capture Winnipeg’s urban forest in its autumnal glory.

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It’s been a fall marked more by grey skies than colourful foliage. But on a rare clear day earlier this week, photographer Mike Sudoma took flight to capture Winnipeg’s urban forest in its autumnal glory.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights / Shaw Park / Esplanade Riel
Assiniboine Park Zoo
IG Field / University of Manitoba
Assiniboine Park — Canada’s Diversity Gardens
Assiniboine Forest
Assiniboine Forest
Assiniboine Forest
Assiniboine Forest
Downtown
Manitoba Legislative Building
Sherbrook and Maryland bridges / Misericordia Health Centre
Crescentwood / Fort Rouge / River Heights
River Heights
St. James
Wolseley
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