More rain, more flowers…
I left the strawberries outside, and it rained.
In the Place des Arts tunnel.
The best time to visit Montreal is during the summer months when one festival is followed by another. My all time favorite is the Montreal Jazz Festival. It opened yesterday and it’s always a great scene: music, food, entertainment and even love.
So much sadness in the world today.
On a brighter note gay couples can now marry across the USA, that’s great news.
Here is a link of an old Instagram post of mine, in the same vein.
Playing along Norm 2.0 Thursday Doors Challenge, I have for you a zebra like door, spotted on the side of a restaurant in Monkland Village in NDG, Montreal.
It seems pretty obvious to me that this door is seldom used.
I’ve been enjoying going back to my Dubai photos this week. I propose to you, Dubai one more time, with a focus on street photography.
I decided to show you a little more of the Dubai public transportation. Here are a few photos of the abra, the little commuting boat. You find them all over the Dubai Creek.
I haven’t been able to shoot every day lately. The selling/moving of our house in NYS has kept me busier than I wished.
Today is my son’s 24th birthday! I have been busy cooking all day his favorite food for tonight’s dinner.
So I decided to show you a couple of photos shot while at a photography workshop in Dubai.
The first one is from the Khalid Bin Al Waleed metro station and the second one was taken at the Burj Khalifa metro station.
I shot this photo in Dubai last year. This young girl made eye contact with me while on the “abra”. She kept on looking at me while I directed my camera at her. I was the stranger looking at her.
*abra is a little commuter boat use to go from one side of the Dubai Creek to the other.