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Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Penny came with us for our weekly breakfast at the "Marché Maisonneuve". Unlike most girls in the house, she loves to be outside, wheter it's rainy or sunny!

Walking Hochelaga Maisonneuve

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Back-lighted statue of Maisonneuve, founder of Montreal, against the Bank of Montreal building.

 

Paul de Chomedey, sieur de Maisonneuve, is the founder of Montreal.

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Vue de la Place des Arts: soit le bassin d'eau recouvert de neige, et de 3 édifices du complexe : à gauche, la Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, au loin La Maison Symphonique et à droite, le théâtre Maisonneuve

 

View of the Place des Arts with his water basin now covered with snow, and three buildings of the complex, left, the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, off La Maison Symphonique and right Maisonneuve Theatre

Avenue d'Orléans, Montréal, Québec, avril 2007.

Place d'Armes. Statue of Paul Chomedey De Maisonneuve & Eglise Notre Dame built 1824-1829.

My family and I had a great day out yesterday. We drove into the city for a concert. The show was excellent and, after we got back to our hotel, this was our view. For those who know Montreal, The two parallel lines heading off into the distance are Ste. Catherine and Maisonneuve. The dark area in the foreground is Place Emilie Gamelin at the UQAM/Berri Metro station.

 

This image works for two groups in particular, ODC illuminated and Week 17 Geometry with 52 weeks of 2014.

de Maisonneuve St., N.D.G., Montreal, QC. March 21, 2014.

Le FunShow dans le Vieux Rosemont/ Shop Angus

 

Gabriel Asselin

Photographie numérique

Marche Maisonneuve on rue Ontario & La Fermière Monument. This monument refers to Louise Mauger (1598-1690).

 

Born in France in 1598, she married Pierre Gadoys, around 1620, and had three children, two born in France and the last one in Quebec City. In 1648, her husband received from Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve, the first concession of Montreal, a land of 40 acres (160,000 m2), making him the first farmer in Montreal. She was buried on March 18, 1690 in Montreal.

 

The monument was completed in 1915.

 

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Marche Maisonneuve (on Ontario street) with the Olympic Stadium Observatory in the background

 

Built 1912-1914 on rue Ontario in Montreal

Details on Maisonneuve Public Bath. Built 1914-1916 on Morgan St. - Montreal

Artists: David Guinn & Phillip Adams, 2009.

Shot at Place d'Armes on our way to fireworks.

Marche Maisonneuve built 1912-1914 on rue Ontario, Montreal, Quebec.

9 exposure photograph taken this past Saturday (4 Feb 2012) while in Montreal. Bright but cold winter day (-8ºC, 17ºF), which caused the camera to freeze up about 15 minutes after I took this multiple-exposure photograph.

 

Funny....when the Pentax K10D freezes up, the aperture widens automatically, in spite of light levels...I lose f/38 quickly, then down to f/16 more slowly, then rapidly again to f/5.6. In this case, I didn't realize how the cold was affecting the camera until after I took this image in the shade (it always feels warmer in the sun).

Statue (erected in 1895) of Paul Chomedey sieur de Maisonneuve, who sailed from France along with 42 others and founded Montreal (Ville Marie) in 1642. Place D'Armes, Old Montreal. Eglise Notre Dame, built 1824-1829, in background.

 

Place D'Armes is my favourite place, and where I love to sit and have lunch during photo-runs. :-)

Bon dimanche !

Do you want to slide with me? Happy Sunday Slider :)

while listening to River de Joni Mitchell

Walking Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Marche Maisonneuve on rue Ontario. La Fermière Monument. This monument refers to Louise Mauger (1598-1690).

 

Born in France in 1598, she married Pierre Gadoys, around 1620, and had three children, two born in France and the last one in Quebec City. In 1648, her husband received from Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve, the first concession of Montreal, a land of 40 acres (160,000 m2), making him the first farmer in Montreal. She was buried on March 18, 1690 in Montreal.

 

The monument was completed in 1915.

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Walking Hochelaga Maisonneuve

Walking the Montreal Botanical Garden / Insectarium

Walking Hochelaga Maisonneuve

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

The Olympic Stadium (French: Stade Olympique de Montréal) is a multi-purpose stadium in Canada, located in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district of Montreal, Quebec. Built in the mid-1970s as the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics, it is nicknamed "The Big O," a reference to both its name and to the doughnut-shape of the permanent component of the stadium's roof. "The Big Owe" name has also been used to reference the astronomical cost of the stadium and the 1976 Olympics as a whole.

 

The stadium is the largest by seating capacity in Canada. After the Olympics, artificial turf was installed and it became the home of Montreal's professional baseball and football teams. The Alouettes of the CFL moved their regular season games to a smaller venue in 1998, but use Olympic Stadium for playoff and Grey Cup games. Following the 2004 baseball season, the Expos relocated to Washington, D.C., leaving the stadium without a main tenant, and with a history of financial and structural problems, it is largely seen as a white elephant. The stadium currently serves as a multipurpose facility for special events (e.g. concerts, trade shows) with a seating capacity of 65,255. The Impact of Major League Soccer (MLS) use the venue on occasion, when larger capacity is needed or when the weather restricts outdoor play in the spring months.

 

Incorporated into the north base of the stadium is the Montreal Tower, the world's tallest inclined tower at 175 metres (574 ft). The stadium and Olympic Park grounds border Maisonneuve Park, which includes the Montreal Botanical Garden, adjacent to the west across Rue Sherbrooke (Route 138).

Maisonneuve Public Bath built 1914-1916 on Morgan St.

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Walking Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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