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View from the Old port, Old Montreal

Good morning everyone. I’m up pretty early on a Sunday morning to write this blog which is surprising as I was up very late last night. I’m up early because I have Sunday morning rehearsals for the pantomime I’m in at work but today is also a special Sunday...

 

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It's always a real treat for me to watch those alpine choughs flying. They are stunningly acrobatic masters in playing with the thermal conditions of their alpine habitat and I get the impression so often that they totally enjoy what they do.

 

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Native wild perennials for pollinators - my new favorite area of the gardens.

The worst thing that will probably happen—in fact is already well underway—is not energy depletion, economic collapse, conventional war, or the expansion of totalitarian governments. As terrible as these catastrophes would be for us, they can be repaired in a few generations. The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us.

 

-- Edward O. Wilson

Dans la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombie.

D'après diapositive en juillet 1983.

L’étourneau sansonnet (Sturnus vulgaris)

Dans la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombie.

A droite hutte pour le bétail.

D'après diapositive en juillet 1983.

Then followed that beautiful season summer...filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landscape lay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood.

~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

 

Summer is like childhood; full of warm memories and gone too soon. ~ Kellie Elmore

7DWF Wednesday theme "Macro or close-up"

Habitat is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. It was originally conceived as his master's thesis in architecture at McGill University and then built as a pavilion for Expo 67, the World's Fair held from April to October 1967.

Dans la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta en Colombie.

D'après diapositive en juillet 1983.

ZAANDAM, Vijfhoekpark - Wanneer je tegenwoordig het park bezoekt kun je echt op ontdekkingsreis. Het is het leefgebied van de trotse Schotse Hooglanders. Het is een mooi park, anders dan in de overige mooie parken van Zaandam.

 

ZAANDAM, Vijfhoekpark - when you visit the park nowadays you can really explore. It is the Habitat of the proud Scottish Highlanders. I think it's a lovely park because it's different from the other beautiful parks in Zaandam.

 

La montée à la Roche de Solutré est parsemée de petits panneaux expliquant les lieux. Le petit village de Solutré, en contrebas, est un bon exemple d'habitat mâconnais traditionnel qui s'harmonise parfaitement avec l'environnement.

 

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The habitat from Macon region

 

The climb to the Roche de Solutré (Solutre's Rock) is dotted with small panels explaining the place. The small village of Solutré, below, is a good example of traditional habitat of Macon region which perfectly harmonizes with the environment.

 

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Solutré - Bourgogne du sud / South Burgundy - France

 

And this is when I was chased off the property. I had failed to notice an important sign.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitat_67

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moshe_Safdie

cac.mcgill.ca/moshesafdie/index.php

In daylight, JIAN's Panther Chameleon habitat is breathtakingly gorgeous. In darkness, this habitat takes on a whole other living form.

 

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These interesting structures are fenced in and are part of the Urban Artwork on an island surrounded by traffic going up to the Citlink Freeway. I've wanted to see these for awhile but the fence mean't I had to stick the camera through the gap in the gate.www.architectureanddesign.com.au/features/comment/beyond-.... With our FFF+ group

Die Eroberung eines neuen Lebensraumes

 

Conquering new habitats

The distinctive concrete units of Montreal's Habitat 67, an experimental modular housing complex designed by renown architect Moshe Safdie. Conceived as his master's thesis in architecture at McGill University, Safdie was awarded the project to be built as a pavilion for Expo 67, despite his relative inexperience. In the spirit of a new openness that characterized this period, the exhibition was entitled “Man and his World” after Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s philosophical memoire. Housing was one of the main themes of Expo 67 Habitat 67 comprises over 350 prefabricated concrete boxes arranged in various combinations which was envisioned as the future for urban living.

Moshe Safdie - Montreal

Au Népal vers le Khumbu.

D'après diapositive en novembre 1982.

 

I know I said that my habitat series had ended, but I just couldn't adding this one to it. Who know there may be more on the way? : )

 

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Along a section of trail on Upper Table Mountain a group of workers was engaged in habitat rehabilitation. This involved cutting the underbrush and burning it in small fires scattered across the landscape. It was quite smoky here. Luckily we were going downhill so I wasn't breathing the smoke particulates deep into my lungs. (I tend to be quite allergic to wood smoke.)

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habitat_67

From last summer. Haven't been out much lately. Changed positions, bought a house, sold one, soon time to pack up.

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Habitat 67, or simply Habitat, is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Canada, designed by Israeli/Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. It was originally conceived as his master's thesis in architecture at McGill University and then built as a pavilion for Expo 67, the World's Fair held from April to October 1967. It is located at 2600 Avenue Pierre-Dupuy on the Marc-Drouin Quay next to the Saint Lawrence River. Habitat 67 is widely considered an architectural landmark and one of the most recognizable and significant buildings in both Montreal and Canada.

-Wikipedia

 

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