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Eleven Random, Totally Unreleated Photos of Montreal Taken Over the Course of Approximately Six Months with Two Different Cameras

- CE - Wednesday, April 18th, 2007 : goo

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iman: nice shots bro!

serlingrod: 18th Apr 2007 - 23:24 GMT

I love these pics. the housing stock reminds me alot of philly, my homecity. my girlfriend and I are planning a summer trip to montreal. these shots def. got me pumped!

cartlegger: 19th Apr 2007 - 00:38 GMT

seems like a pretty solid set for such scattered series of photos...must be the higher power of the photo gods. Nice stuff, indeed.

CE: 20th Apr 2007 - 05:25 GMT

serlingrod, you will be pleasantly surprised by the housing stock here. The only areas that I could compare to traditional Philly row housing (at least as far as I know it) is in the very old working class areas like and which are two areas which make up a lot of the pictures here. When you visit, you'll find that Montreal has a very distinct architectural style when it comes to building housing. If you don't know much about the ubiquitous Montreal you'll soon find out what they're all about.

Ken Maki: 13th Apr 2008 - 14:24 GMT

The first picture is of rue Fortune looking towards rue de Paris in Pointe St. Charles a friend of mine lives in the house at the very left of the picture where the minivan is parked.

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