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Vancouver, July-September 2020, my pics
My mid life crisis car on the right.
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Centre Block and the new Visitor Centre entrance.


https://twitter.com/Ottawa_Tourism/s...47196238520320

Château Laurier and Rideau Canal Ottawa locks.


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Kingsmere.


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Connaught Building from Major's Hill Park.


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National Arts Centre.


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Parliament and the Château Laurier reflected in the Ottawa River.


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Mer Bleue Bog.


Pic by my fiancé.
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Day 1876
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Cabbagetown
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Yonge
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Toronto
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The One Eighty
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Green Light
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the lions @ the eaton mausoleum...
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Scarborough Bluffs
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Scarborough Bluffs
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Toronto
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Yonge & Carlton
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Jazz band at Trinity Bellwoods
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Wowser Monkey!

I love your second pic where the the fella is saying "I don't give a sh*t if I'm interrupting the Montreal Photo Every Hour on the Hour Thread".


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Wowser Monkey!

I love your second pic where the the fella is saying "I don't give a sh*t if I'm interrupting the Montreal Photo Every Hour on the Hour Thread".


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You need therapy to address that Montreal complex. Seriously, you need help.
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Wowser Monkey!

I love your second pic where the the fella is saying "I don't give a sh*t if I'm interrupting the Montreal Photo Every Hour on the Hour Thread".

I appreciate Martin's Montreal posts - what else would this thread be for if not posting pictures!
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^Fantastic. I was last there about 20 years ago, before I had a digital camera.
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Keep up the great Montreal photo essays.
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Vancouver, July-September 2020, my pics






























One of my favorite Vancouver sets, love it any time we get some grit in VanCity shots.
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Showcasing some great captures over the past half dozen years, by an UrbanToronto forum member androiduk. A link to more follows at the end.








By... Banksy


Cinesphere (first permanent IMAX theatre)

Bank of Nova Scotia

Don Jail (now administrative wing of Bridgepoint Hospital)

1968 Impala

Oldest revolving door

Prudential House

Market Wharf garage

Mini’s flying car

Elvis is in the building

Is it art?


Various Streetcars



Trinity College


Lee’s Palace - 2014

Barnyard


Buskerfest

World Pride paste-up (2014)

Perfect neighbours

Law enforcement is a fun career

Evicted

Remembering our "crack pipe" mayor (RIP) - 2014


City textures paste-up

Hopefully these communication relics are designated historical,and will survive the massive Cumberland Terrace development soon to start.


Foreshadowing the end of a prolific developer? (now bankrupt Cresford)

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I had to go to the hardware today, and rather than driving on the highway, I took the small country roads between my village and Trois-Rivières. Here are pictures of 3 of the villages I went through. It was a fine fall day.

Saint-Prosper-de-Champlain
I stopped by the rather impressive church place in the middle of the village. Except for a group of men on quads, I was alone.








Sainte-Geneviève-de-Batiscan
Sainte-Geneviève is a very quiet village located ont the shore of Batiscan river. I think that it once was a prosperous (and small) industrial centre. The old main street (first pic) still bears signs of a faded glory. While I was there, it turned noon and the church bells rang. I only saw 3 folks enter the temple. On the narrow streets of the old bourg, people were busy setting their gardens and homes for the upcoming winter. On some porch, an impressive number of cats were nonchalantly sunbathing.










Champlain
Finally, I had to stop in Champlain, a quaint village part of the "greater" Trois-Rivières area. It is beautifully located on the St. Lawrence river. Champlain is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages of the province. The wharf was almost empty. Leisure and fishing boats were left drying in the backyards, some already wrapped in their protective canvas.







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