Drone video and photos of ice jams and flooding in Fort McMurray

April 24, 2020:

April 25, 2020:

April 26, 2020:

Downtown Fort McMurray flooding, showing some school buildings, Keyano College, and other areas.

A very large photo of downtown Fort McMurray, April 28th.

This is a 48 megapixel photo, with a lot of detail. Click this photo, then click the larger photo that appears to see the full size. You should be able to zoom in and scroll around.

The resolution is 8000x6000 pixels or 48 megapixels.

You can view the original image to appreciate the detail. Or click the little version above to see a preview, and click it again for a larger version you can scroll around.

360º photo of Downtown Fort McMurray, April 28, 2020

Click on the photo to load it in the 360º viewer, then you’ll be able to scroll around and zoom in.

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360º photo of Taiga Nova Crescent in Fort McMurray, April 28, 2020

Click on the photo to load it in the 360º viewer, then you’ll be able to scroll around and zoom in.

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Taiganova & Athabasca River Flooding, Fort McMurray

River City Centre:

Water is flowing at the bridges!

Thickwood overpass, approximately 10am on April 30, 2020.

Another 360º photo of Downtown Fort McMurray. This one is from April 30th.

You may have to click on it to get it to open the 360º viewer.

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Mac Island 360º Photo. Click to open it in the 360º viewer so you can zoom in and scroll around. You might have to click more than once on the photo.

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Here’s another one of those Super Resolution 48 Megapixel photos. This is of Downtown Fort McMurray as seen from Abasand, April 30, 2020.

It’s a huge file, so don’t click it if you’re on mobile data. If you’re on WiFi, click it, then click it again to see the full sized photo.

You can view the original image to appreciate the detail. Or click the little version above to see a preview, and click it again for a larger version you can scroll around.