Here is a still taken from the Glencam showing the progress in the decontamination process at Glen Yards last February with the Turcot Interchange at night.
Nice little park at Centre Gadbois off Notre Dame Street West.
Here is a great view of the whole of Turcot that allows us to easily see how the waterways explained in the last post could have been. A- Centre Gadbois […]
Steve is an Ottawa photographer who took this shot a few years ago from the 20. Those apartments are at Cavendish and Sherbrooke so we know we are getting very near the end of […]
“I take pictures of “the unseen” or “unnoticed” The details we miss in every day life; the electrical insulator, an architectural detail or an old advertisement on the side of […]
It is time to take a look at these modern day windmills that offer a clean method of harnessing and providing energy. Take a look at this one in Boston. […]
Some young people set this up. It s a lot of work to drag that stuff from all around.
Very interesting project in Seattle. (2nd and 3rd photos curtesy of Great Buildings.) Freeway Park, executed by Lawrence Halprin’s office under the design direction of Angela Danadjieva, is one of […]
Just picked this up at The Digital Archive. Quebec Government is renaming Highway 20 to Rememberance Highway If you’re heading home to the West island right now there’s a good […]
There is a very interesting tradition of public art in Los Angeles. Here is a photograph of some freeway art by Gary Voth. Here is a good article that outlines […]
Some nice stuff around the ramps.
Today I was imagining the Interchange wrapped as if it were done by Christo. I am not exactly sure which approach they would take. Of course the trick would be […]
A cool new city blog focussed on art. There is an excellent brief history of Turcot Yards as written by Doug Scholes. Reading Montreal