A good friend of mine recently showed me some photographs she took from an airplane window and the window frame was included in many shots and it, of course, reminded […]
From CBC Drivers trying to get to and from Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport will have a smoother ride in the near future, say government officials who announced a […]
Causing a bit of a stir in the US because even though this street art is technically vandalism, it seems to be putting a lot of smiles on a lot […]
Cycling in Montreal: Survey of cyclists and route preferences The project is lead by Jacob Larsen, master of Urban Planning candidate, and supervised by Ahmed El-Geneidy, assistant professor. Transportation Research […]
One of the options Transports Quebec had on the table with the Turcot Interchange was to simply renovate and strengthen the current interchange. It was estimated that this would cost […]
And we think Turcot is something! Here are some shots from a series posted on Dark Roasted Blend. (images credit: Ken Ohyama) (images credit: Ken Ohyama) (images credit: Ken Ohyama) […]
Some shots by Jacob Larsen. This building and the housing along the north side of Cazelais will be demolished under the current Turcot re-do plan. Almost ironically, there is no […]
Henry Aubin wrote in Saturday’s Gazette about alternative ideas for the now gone Montreal Grand Prix. This part at the end really caught my eye. “Use Île Notre Dame’s F1 […]
It s an impressive accomplishment! Article here. For the fourth year in a row, Quebec has lowered its total greenhouse gas emissions, reducing the amount of polluting gases that contribute […]
Some images from this urban explorer. And here is Ratsters’ photo page.
Found this over at Save Griffintown and it’s just too interesting to not pass on. Auto Age Deathwatch
You can catch Flowizm’s Flickr pages here.
“unbelievable… the turcot yards burried under tons of dirty snow. I wish i could have gotten a better picture, but the guys from the MTQ did not like to see […]
And you can catch thomas.lejouan’s Flickr page here.
Perhaps the most famous photography exhibition in history took place at MOMA in 1967 featuring the works of Gary Winogrand, Diane Arbus, and Lee Friedlander. It was called New Documents […]