This is the view from Rue Sherbrooke beside Avenue du Parc LaFontaine on Christmas Eve. That's the Montreal Clock Tower, Pont Jacques Cartier and the Quays. There's a skating rink under the clock tower too.
Sorry about the glare. This is another scene from the Plateau. It was a nice overcast day with the sky full and waiting to dump another load of snow. I think the municipal mascot should be the snow plow. They sure know how to move the stuff here. I love this painting,even if I say so myself. It is even better in real life than the photo. The sky is a pale yellow and the snow muted violet. I love the way the trees and power lines break up the painting like stained glass. And there is that church bell tower. It is so cool when they ring through out the neighborhood. It is almost Christmas morning as I write this.
This is a scene from Rue Saint-Denis in the Latin Quarter. That church in the background is part of UQAM. I gather the students are from there. I just love the big round purple balls in the trees. Down further there are aqua colored balls. It has such a romantic atmosphere.
This is a scene from my walk today in the Plateau area in Montreal. This is a side street off Rue Prince-Arthur. In Montreal there is often a beautiful church towering over the rooftops. This painting is sold but there is a similar scene still available here.
These are snow berries I found in the neighborhood where I'm staying in Montreal. I have been brooding terribly over my lack of oil paints. I mailed them to where I'm staying in Montreal because West Jet won't allow you to travel with oil paints. The Post Office says I can have them after one pm tomorrow. So I decided to do this botanical tonight. It snowed today.