August is one of those funny months. It's still most definitely summer, but the relentless heat and humidity of July starts to lose its edge. The A/C can take a rest, and sleeping with the windows open is a more-often-than-not proposition. It's still most definitely summer, but the laziness and the laissez-faire of those heady … Continue reading Whither August
My oh my how time flies. September and October were a blur—in my mind Labour Day was just last weekend—and by all indications, November and December will zip by just as quickly. From my perspective, September and October are arguably the absolute BEST months of the year in these parts (Ottawa, nicely sandwiched between Toronto … Continue reading Tempus Fugit
People watching on rue Ste-Catherine in Montréal.
Walking through Pointe-Claire Village on a crisp winter’s day.
A study of a bridge when the light was just right.
The Montreal Biosphere is a geodesic dome designed by the American architect Buckminster Fuller to serve as the American pavilion for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition better known to most as Expo 67. Seventy-six metres in diameter, it's an imposing structure visible from miles around, and is one of those quintessentially iconic Montreal landmarks. The … Continue reading Buckminster’s folly