The Hardisty Tank Farm photographed from a UAV or drone. We were 5 nautical miles from the Hardisty airport so our flight required a NOTAM (Notice to Airmen) to be issued to alert pilots we were working in the area.
This is a UAV or Drone photo we did recently of the Quirk Creek Gas Plant with a nice view of the Rockies in the background. Just south of Millarville, AB
Tank farm near Hardisty, Alberta. This is the northern terminal of the proposed Keystone pipeline. More photos can be found on our WorkAbove Stock Photography web site.
This is a photo taken last summer over the Imperial Oil Kearl project in the oil sands. It is only a small part of the entire area but the amount of construction involved is mind boggling. This photo, along with others can be found on our WorkAbove Stock Photo website.
This is from a series of photos I took of the Canadian Natural Horizon plant in the summer for my stock photography site:
This particular photo wasn’t quite sharp enough to make it into the files but it is fine for a low resolution blog like this.
A service truck leaving an oil rig near the Alberta Saskatchewan border.
Giant truck carrying oil rich earth north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
While flying over the prairies, I saw this sharp pumpjack in a blurred farmer’s field.
Aerial photo of the Syncrude oil sands plant taken on a fly by.
I took this photo of buffalo and calves at Syncrude north of Fort McMurray recently. From far away with a long lens.