The concrete-glass monolith city evolving in the downtown is replacing the charm of traditional old grey stone architecture of Montreal’s earlier times.
Almost all traces of the past is being erased and absorbed into the new, sterile, secular, cold, uncaring, twenty-first century, dark monolith scene, a mirror image of other similar cities that already exist elsewhere.
The evolution continues in lockstep with technological advances that seem to happen so rapidly today quickly making life in the city more attractive for machines than humans.
Hurried, uncertain office workers and the ever-increasing army of homeless now compose most of life in downtown soon to be replaced by AI androids presently being quickly developed by the monied big international corporations.
My picture shows part of Rene Levesque (formerly Dorchester) boulevard looking west, where a lot of new construction goes on presently.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”CITY”.