Montreal’s 28th First Nations Festival

This year's 28th First Nations Festival performances the started on August 7th on the big stage in Montreal's downtown Cartier-des-spectacles continuing a tradition that began 15 years ago. The 28th Montreal First Peoples Festival aka (Présence autochtone) runs through Aug. 15, celebrating Aboriginal film, music, visual arts, crafts and food. Again as in previous years, … Continue reading Montreal’s 28th First Nations Festival

Hard Swallow

Grizzly bear seems in hard action attempting to capture with its paw and swallow a leaping Chinook Salmon probably in a fast-moving stream somewhere in Canadian Rocky mountain wilderness. While once visiting Ottawa, Canada's capital, I spotted and digitally captured this image of large welded metal art composition of the hungry Grizzly and leaping Chinook … Continue reading Hard Swallow

Betrayed

    After being betrayed by Judas Iscariot, one of the apostles, a Pharisee organized armed mob seized and brought Jesus in front of high priests synagogue leaders, who viciously interrogated then condemned and delivered Him in front of Roman governor Pilate on trumped-up charges. The Pharisees leading an armed, frenzied, blood thirsty, mob blackmailed … Continue reading Betrayed

Doppelganger Heads

  Two exact , doppelgänger, cast metal heads rest on black metal fence, this is as close as I could find human doubles only these are inanimate objects without bodies. According to various dictionaries both book or the Internet, someone who looks exactly the same as a living person is a doppelgänger derived from German … Continue reading Doppelganger Heads

Twisted Letters and Things

Twisted letters and many other interesting street art (graffiti) things are depicted on building wall of small side street cornering Saint Catherine street east in Montreal. A smorgasborg of different images make up this very colorful mural including a blond "princess", "Deathmobile" hot rod sporting "blower" on its hood, burning "Death Head" banner over its … Continue reading Twisted Letters and Things

Unlikely Sight

  It's very unlikely to sight an American WW2 fighter, scaled down size, buzzing over racks and racks of clothing inside an army surplus store on Saint Laurent boulevard near Saint Catherine street yet this picture is proof. The authentic looking warplane is real enough although a little photo-editing in removing overhead chains and high-strength … Continue reading Unlikely Sight