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

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

Crimson Soaked Toga

=================================================================== Stabbed 23 times in the frenzied mêlée, Caesar valiantly pulled his crimson soaked toga over his face with his right hand. His strength was gone now a dark fog was quickly enveloping his sight and he felt cold. Julius Caesar murdered as a result of a conspiracy by as many as 60 men Roman … Continue reading Crimson Soaked Toga

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