Angelique imagines herself howling. It seems like something she would like to do. Some people imitate what they believe are Iroquois war cries. She is not sure how you could […]
Iconic photograph often thought to portray the negative experience of women as they walk city streets. Yet the woman photographed, Ninalee Craig, has since said, “At no time was I […]
Rolling on foot into Westmount today and took a pic which reminds me of Giorgio de Chirico’s Mystery and Melancholy of a Street. Here is Giorgio’s version. And here is […]
Don’t look back.
Seen on de l’Eglise earlier this week.
Some more from recent months.
Walking down here yesterday and this valve thing started to blow. It’s a strange sight with pipes leading from one fire hydrant to another. The other side of the street […]
These exterior staircases make a street dance, there are visual rhythms along otherwise dull avenues, there is an interaction amongst neighbors that wouldn’t happen with interior staircases, all part of […]
Becoming a tradition as this is the 5th installment. And after this long cold neverending winter it is great to get out and see tons of people on the street. […]
Nothing like ’98 but still there are people without power, treacherous walking and driving conditions. Nature at it’s finest, cold, brutal, beautiful.
Some images from the sidewalk sale in Verdun that took place from Thursday to Sunday last week.
Every second Friday night on Wellington they are having these Latino dance parties on the street during the summer. Hope you can make it, I will be the big old […]
So the joke on the street last week was that if these folks are strolling around town then maybe Verdun really is becoming the “Next Plateau.” Always nice to think […]