Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Notre-Dame Church and Bonsecours Market

Part 2 of our walk in Old Montreal. Gotta go back when the skies are blue - the grey buildings and the grey sky don't make for great shots!!


This is Notre-Dame Church. It was built in the early 1800s. It is one beautiful church! Céline Dion and her now husband got married there.













Marche Bonsecours - also built in the early 1800s. It now houses many upscale boutiques.











8 comments:

Sharon said...

Beautiful! The gray helps with the lighting of the buildings but leaves for a boring sky.

Esther said...

What a neat town you live in! I want to come visit just so I can photograph these awesome buildings!

shirley said...

Such great structures! I love old buildings with lots of history. Beautiful details!

Becca said...

You should so shoot for a travel magazine! I can really get a feel for where you live through your photos. Fantastic shots!

Angela2932 said...

You know you've made me fall in love with your city, over and over again, through your photos! These are great, especially the first one, with the "fairy tale" carriage!

Meaghan said...

The buildings are beautiful! I love the cobblestone roads. You don't see those very often. :(

Donnah C said...

What an amazing place! Beautiful shots.

Mandy said...

I love the beautiful buildings, but I think my favorite thing are the brick streets! I just love the old world detailing. Amazing.