Main entrance to the Royal Montreal Regiment’s armory.
Lichens growing on a white birch in Westmount Park.
One of the most beautiful streets in Westmount.
A vintage 7 Up sticker on the side of a recycling box in the lane behind Academy Road.
In the 1970s, there was a statue, named “Acrobats” in front of this house. The issue was – they were both nude! This caused quite a discord in the city. It became both an attraction and an object for vandalism. Today, the former statue’s site is a flower bed.
A view of the city, from Westmount’s summit, on a rainy Christmas afternoon.
In 1860, this house was part of a melon farm.
Westmount Park this evening walking our dog near Melville Avenue.
Have you ever wondered what connects our copper wired land lines to fibre? Some of us, with shrinking numbers, still have “regular” phones. This exterior wiring closet is located on St. Catherine close to Greene Ave.
One has to admit – this is quite an impressive snowman!