[Place Jacques-Cartier, Montréal]
Stunning. Beautiful, rich colors. It's wonderful!
14 Oct 2007 6:25am
@Coriander: Hey thanks, Coriander!
What a crowd! Great take.
14 Oct 2007 8:35am
@badala: Thank you, Badala!
I'd stop too to get a shot of that, and the building with the green tones, I adore :)
14 Oct 2007 11:33am
@Lorraine: Love those copper roofs. Thanks, Lorraine!
The tilt of the pavement in the front is giving a strange perspective to the lines in this shot. Some straight line looks bent but probably they are not.
14 Oct 2007 1:18pm
@Shuva Brata Deb: Thanks, Shuva. You made me realise that it was actually quite tilted. I've fixed and updated it now.
nice capture damon.. reminds me of the water front area of st john.
14 Oct 2007 2:56pm
@Nick Passantino: I'll have to check out Saint John some day. Thanks, Nick!
This is such a wonderful place!!!
14 Oct 2007 4:02pm
@Lost Valley View: Thanks, Lost! It certainly is.
At first I thought it was in Paris. This is another picture from which we Dutch learn how Francais the French-speaking part of Canada is, I can understand Charles de Gaulle with his "Quebec libre!" now better, though I'm neutral in this matter. Picture gives a wonderful combination of city beauty and people business, including the car.
14 Oct 2007 6:09pm
@Illuci: This part of Montréal (Vieux Montréal) does look Parisian, though it's rather small. Putting politics aside, I absolutely love the culture in Quebec as a whole and Montréal especially. This is an extremely bilingual city and so the two solitudes are not so solitary here.
I think I would like Montreal with its wonderful old buildings. Love the colors and the sky in this image. Nice one.
14 Oct 2007 9:56pm
@Lucca: Yes, you can tell I like it. Thanks, Lucca!
Lovely contrast and sharpness here Damon. You've "adjusted" the image perfectly. :)
15 Oct 2007 4:41am
@Sashimi Bhoy: Many thanks, Sash!
The building with the green patina copper is Montreal City Hall - 'nuff said. Note Nelson's column at the left.
6 Feb 2011 11:22am
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