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Rene Levesque and Peel-Predawn

Rene Levesque and Peel-Predawn Here’s some shots of Rene Levesque and Peel just before sunrise. These shots range between 10 and 15 seconds and where a lot of fun to shoot. As you can see the sunrise happens fairly quickly. In the 30-40 minutes it took too shoot the dozen images I shot the color […]

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Rainy day on Rene Levesque Blvd.

Rainy day on Rene Levesque Blvd. Here’s some images, I shot one rainy day a couple of years ago. It’s really great having a large archive of images. There is always something to work, especially in the slow winter months.

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Old Montreal Architecture

I thought it would be fun to create a post on Old Montreal architecture. Here’s a couple from my archives and I will be adding images to this post in the future. The image below is a view of Rue Sainte-Hélene, the lamp post in the foreground is actually the front door of the Gault […]

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Montreal Winter Scene

Montreal Winter Scene I saw this shot out of the corner of my eye, as I walked past the park the other day. So I went back and got this image, hope you like it. This is a section of Lasalle park in Lachine very close to where I live.

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Notre Dame st. Old Montreal

Notre Dame st. Old Montreal Here’s a winter scene from my vast archive of images. If you would like some historical information about this part of Notre Dame st. please click here.

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Victoria Pier Clock Tower

Victoria Pier Clock Tower Here’s another shot of the Victoria pier clock tower. I shot this from across the St. Lawrence river on St. Helen’s island.

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Notre Dame de Bon Secours

Notre Dame de Bon Secours Montreal,Quebec These paragraphs were taken directly from Marguerite Bourgeoys website. “For over 350 years, the Chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, a jewel of history and heritage, has made its way into the hearts of generations of visitors and pilgrims. As you step into the church, you will immediately notice the peaceful atmosphere […]

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