Brown, tan, and black colors on plaster bust found in Montreal’s Christ Church Cathedral depicting perhaps Jesus Christ or Saint John the Baptist.
Brown, tan, and black are colors obvious on plaster bust found in Montreal’s Christ Church Cathedral depicting religious figure perhaps that of Jesus Christ or Saint John the Baptist.
Several years ago after admiring the striking Anglican Gothic Revival architecture of this landmark church located next door to what used to be the old Eaton’s department store on Saint Catherine street I decided to visit it.
The interior of this church as its exterior, is fascinating and historical with all sorts of very interesting artifacts from Montreal’s glorious past moreover, this structure is still functions as active place of worship.
Today the Cathedral is melded with a modern multi-story glass and steel office skyscraper joined at its back-end compared to when it was first erected by wealthy Protestant Montrealers almost 200 years ago.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”BLACK”.
A Jon Cleary riff along with his Absolute Monster Gentlemen back in Summer of 2016 on large Rio Tinto Stage during annual Montreal International Jazz Festival surrounded by hundreds of excited gathered music fans.
The scene is Place des Spectacles where this small band of professional cool cats led by colorful British expat musician Jon Cleary are emanating their special kind of groovy New Orleans sound delighting the gathered.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt: “RIFF”.
Wonderfully tasteful panacea available locally helps calm nerves, cool things down, and momentarily take your mind off unexpected surprises of everyday life.
This cure unfortunately is not for everyone particularly if you have a medical problem like diabetes, lactose intolerance, morbid obesity, or some other affliction moreover, the depicted may not be available in your local.
North Americans, Europe, Australia, and certain other parts of our planet fortunately can provide this panacea for those that can enjoy its benefits heck, this is “wholesome” stuff for the healthy!
Pictured is Chapman Premium French Vanilla ice cream and deliciously moist home-made Chocolate cake with Lemon custard center and Lemon butter-cream icing..mmm!
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”PANACEA”.
Dark green colored lethal No. 36M is an egg you rather never have for breakfast especially if someone tossed it to you with its pin pulled.
This British designed “Mill’s Bomb”fragmentation grenade was used in both WWI and WWII by British and Canadian military to silence German pillboxes and trenches as well as to knock out armored vehicles including tanks.
The unique grenade is at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa behind thick security glass with purposely dimmed lighting for this exhibit.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”EGG”.
Ghoulish scene depicted for Halloween or Hallows Eve Day shows that strange and uncanny things can happen on this particular night.
Hollywood has programmed us that fog, the dark, an evil-looking, diffused, face apparition, and an old house ( haunted obviously) with elongated pointy roof highlighted and looming on a hillside spells horror.
Oh, did I miss lightning, like what they had in that original 1933 Frankenstein movie to really authenticate the scene.
Apparently, they say that haunted places exist in most places in our world and some suggest that they personally have witnessed or seen ghosts or spirits loitering around however, if you personally see one tonight don’t be surprised because after all it is Hallows Eve Day, one day before All Saints Day and two days before All Souls Day!
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”GHOULISH”.
Music fan gratitude obvious for Israel Proulx, Quebec’s darling musical prodigy, after performing American Rock n’ Roll icon Jerry Lee Lewis’s classic “Great Balls of Fire”.
Music fan gratitude is obvious for Israel Proulx, Quebec’s darling musical prodigy, after his performing American rock and roll icon Jerry Lee Lewis’s classic “Great Balls of Fire”, giving him a standing ovation.
The scene is downtown Montreal, Summer of 2016, in Place Heineken beer tent during the International Jazz Festival, where Proulx and his band had just completed their gig.
As my picture clearly shows Israel Proulx is hot, profusely sweating, and a bit disheveled looking with sweat coming down his face following his fantastic recreation of Lewis’s famous classic.
Many in the audience were so excited they mobbed the stage to shake hands with Proulx showing their appreciation and gratitude for an outstanding performance.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”GRATITUDE”.
Some visitors to 2017 Montreal International Grand Prix weekend prefer red Chrysler Charger instead of more expensive cars from exotic foreign competitors exhibited on Crescent Street.
Interest in model depicted is clear in the eyes and facial expressions of some of the visitors there were others who cared less about it all however, they were older folks probably nearing end of driving careers.
The Charger’s intense red color accented with some black plastic trim, hood scoop, vents, side window frames and mirrors, underskirt and mag tires certainly made a very attractive and tempting exhibit for visiting passersby admiring the Fiat/Chrysler product.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”PREFER”.
Bee resting on orange flower out in Eastern Townships during Labor Day weekend unusually warm Autumn weather.
Summer this year was mostly wet, a continuance of our Spring which for the first time in 100 years brought flood waters onto the north-western part of island of Montreal causing considerable loss and hardship to many.
With the month of August we got lucky because things dried up and the sun came back along with warmer weather which continues even into the waning days of October however, Winter is just around the corner and insects like this bee already sensed their time is up.
This tiny fella seemed sluggishly resting instead of buzzing around from flower to flower like usual.
This my contribution for WP single word prompt:”ORANGE”.
Kayaker’s very risky transit on wind-swept water of Lake Saint Louis thankfully ended landing on north shore in Pte.Claire, Quebec that bright sunny Sunday in September.
As the photo clearly shows only one occupant of the small watercraft is wearing a life preserver while paddling on open, choppy, “white cap’ populated, already cold, deep, water perfect for hypothermia.
I watched this couple from Stuart Hall on north shore taking this long-range digital image as they paddled towards shore on picture’s hidden right side near where a picturesque old Catholic church stands at top end of a small crescent-shaped bay.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”RISKY”.
Some Montreal office workers are cannon fodder brave walking into imaginary line of fire from centuries old black powder artillery piece near John A MacDonald’s statue.
Both men seem about to cross in front of huge black painted old brass cannon fortunately it is inert, only a decoration piece, part of a duo resting in front of Canada’s first prime minister’s granite and metal monument.
Just imagine when these cannon were in use manned by military gun crew making such passage suicide to passersby, especially if the fuse was already lit ready to set off the charge.
Looking at size of that bore it would no doubt punch a massive hole through anyone unlucky to be in the way probably tearing them in half..wow, what a mess that would be!
The scene is Place du Canada (formerly Dominion Square) with Mary Queen of the World Cathedral looming in background on picture’s left, the Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel in back, St. George’s Anglican Church, and Windsor Station both hidden on right.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”BRAVE”.