Off we went to Montreal for a quick trip to take photos of street art we missed on our last visit. Also a favorite street/stencil artist had a few pieces in a local gallery. I not only photographed the street art and gallery works but took a lot more photos of the neighborhoods where the art and gallery were located. Most of the photos were taken along and near rue St Laurent between Sherbrooke and Duluth streets.
Lake Champlain Bridge is one of my favorites. It stretches
from Chimney Point, Vermont to Crown Point, New York.
Depanneur Referred to as Deps these corner
convenient stores are seen all around the city.
Notice the spiral staircase on the right. Montreal is famous for
this style of outside stairs.....not fun in winter.
for a fee of course.
Schwartz's Hebrew Deli. Montreal has strict French
Language sign laws. So it's Charcuterie Hebraique de Montreal.
It was 11:30 when I took the photo and the line was already
down the block.
monuments. L. Berson & Fils have moved but their sign remains.
A man saw me taking photos of the street art and said I needed
to take a photo of this sign too as it was much older than the
street art I was photographing.
More to come.....street art...gallery art....etc