Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Old Montreal and its Old Buildings

Here are the last few shots I took last week in Old Montreal.

Love this row of trees - have to go back when the trees are in bloom!
Bonsecours Market
Love to look up at the architecture - so beautiful!


12 comments:

Esther said...

Great perspective on 3 and 4. I love the composition on 3 too. And I agree, I want to see some photos when those babies are in bloom.

Jess said...

Seriously, you have THE coolest architecture all around you! I am so jealous!

Joanne said...

The architecture is amazing! these are great shots!

pat said...

Ooh! OOOH! The details on those arches are to-die-for!! And that walkway with the trees---do it in the fall, too. You are killing me with these glimpses of Montreal.

Lauren Hartman said...

Love all the textures and shapes, and how your processing makes the photos look like they were taken a long time ago.

Suzy said...

Beautiful pp'ing! Love the leading lines in that first tree row pic! Nice captures!

Yolanda said...

What fantastic architecture! Awesome photo's.

Nicki, said...

I am on the hunt for a row of trees (each side) to photograph. I live in WV - chocked full of hills and tress - but apparently no nicely manicured rows. You have a talent for architectural shots - beautiful.

tracie said...

Your compositions and processing are always fabulous. I think the Montreal board of tourism should hire you :)

Gypsy Girl(Brenda) said...

The architecture and places you go walking are just always so interesting.

Angela2932 said...

Hooray! It must be getting to good "walking around the city" weather for you! I love your architecture/city shots! And thanks for the muffin idea :)

annabelle g said...

Love the line of trees too and please do show how it looks in bloom. BTW the last 3 shots, wonderful pov and pp :)