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La Photographie Rue. Random Montreal Street Photography.

La Photographie Rue. Random Montreal Street Photography.

For this weeks post, I decided to empty my card. On it were some awesome shots from a November road trip to Montreal. These random pictures range from a Canadian strip club, to a place called The People’s Church, from a lovely horse-drawn carriage, to a corner that sells Quickies (I think).

 

This first shot is of some random guy pumping gas. I think his hair had to be frozen in place that morning.

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The Eisenhower Interstate System Rest Stop. Arguably one of the best Text Stops the New York State Thruway has to offer.

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Text Stops curbed an epidemic problem on the New York Thruway. Then we arrived…

Carl praising the New York State Thruway Authority for providing such a wonderful Text Stop.

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Jared praising the New York State Thruway Authority for providing such a wonderful Text Stop.

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The Montreal Skyline.

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Corporate America, er, Canada.

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Une Bicyclette.

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The People’s Church (no relation to the People’s Court — unfortunately.)

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The Kiss Army has retreated into the streets of Montreal.

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Corporate America, er, Canada at dusk.

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Light fixture inside a delicious creperia.

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Strip club outside a delicious creperia.

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A statue.

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Another statue.

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A Virgin statue.

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Streets of Old Montreal.

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Canadien drivin’ with the top down.

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Place d’Youville. A fictional place created by Canadian Dr. Seuss.

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My first official photo of Canada.

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A scene of green.

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Cool mural.

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Across the street from Nooners…

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And that’s it. Card empty.

Au revoir.

 

Chris Connors
chris@tortugacreative.com

Chris Connors is co-owner of Tortuga, a web design studio located in Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey. Chris has a passion for graphic and web design, and enjoys working with a variety of entrepreneurs and small businesses throughout the Jersey Shore region.

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