Myriad Of Lines

    Mary Queen Of The World Cathedral's huge rotunda inner wall decoration composed of a myriad of all sorts of lines in this massive Catholic church replicating Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. The rotunda contains a large circle of Roman style ornate windows which act as an important light source to the surroundings … Continue reading Myriad Of Lines

Inscrutable Benevolence

Inscrutable benevolence is an oxidized bronze of young woman, "Charite" caring forĀ  small child on left hand and on right, poor old woman with bread loaf. ======================================================================= Inscrutable benevolence depicted as "Charite", an oxidized bronze young woman figure clutching a small child with left hand while on her right sits an old woman tightly holding … Continue reading Inscrutable Benevolence

Serene Moment

========================================================================================================= Serene moment commemorating victims of Chornobyl nuclear disaster on April 26, 1986 when Soviet Russian built electrical power plant blew up spewing radioactive isotopes into the atmosphere. The Chernobyl nuclear power station located some 130 km north of Ukraine's capital city Kiev and only 20 km from neighboring Belarus had four Soviet-designed RBMK 1000 … Continue reading Serene Moment

Memorial Sing

==================================================================================================== The choir sings at solemn memorial mass commemorating the 30th anniversary of the terrible Chernobyl nuclear disaster, the world"s worst. The memorial mass was held at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral in downtown Montreal last April 26, 2016 to pray and honor all the victims of this preventable man-made tragedy. Montreal's Ukrainian community … Continue reading Memorial Sing

Intricate Holy Work

In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Intricate." ======================================================================================== There is a lot of intricate holy work inside Montreal's Mary Queen of the World Cathedral as this photograph shows because the inside is like Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome. The only difference between the two is the size because the original one in … Continue reading Intricate Holy Work

Downtown Early Bird

In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Early Bird." ========================================================================================== I was an early bird last Sunday travelling east along the wide boulevard downtown approaching a cluster of famous Montreal landmarks. Waiting for the green light at the intersection of Peel street and Rene Levesque boulevard I took out my camera and captured … Continue reading Downtown Early Bird