Concrete-Glass Monolith City

===================================================================================================== 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 … Continue reading Concrete-Glass Monolith City

Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity

Early last Summer, 2014, I found serenity while visiting the Mary Queen of the World Cathedral strategically situated on Rene Levesque boulevard near two other famous Montreal landmarks, the Queen Elizabeth Hotel on its East and the Sun Life building on the North side. As many know, places of worship normally provide a sanctuary, a … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity