At the river yesterday. One thing I hate about this camera is that it makes my breath sound like I am struggling. Well, maybe I am 🙂
Might become a thing…we’ll see.
A Charter Poem A charter poem slipped onto the shore where I sat daydreaming about you it came from a flooded place back up the river and seemed happy to […]
The Saint Lawrence has been much higher than usual this spring in Verdun. Today I walked between the Natatorium and the Marina and there were parts of the lower path […]
Took these last week. During the summer in the evening this place is usually packed with dancers but not on November afternoons.
5 from today in the rain.
Not much ice left out there, just this weird strip of chunks floating along next to the shore. You could hear it tinkling, like chimes.
Beautiful day, about 7 above, still no snow, but we are expecting freezing rain and snow in the next 48 hours so all these scenes will change. Long shadows are […]
Took a stroll along the waterfront a few weeks ago. The beach is going to be built behind the Auditorium so I though that would be a good starting point. […]
Article in today’s Gazette discusses the Cresendo Restaurant on the Verdun Waterfront. Seems the city would like to sue for unpaid back taxes, but the restaurant claims it had a […]
Some images from the Virtual Museum Canada. Around 1900 at the foot of Church Avenue, now known as De L’eglise. 1907. This may be what my father’s generation would have […]