Thursday, January 19, 2017
I decided to go to the art museum today to search for a picture. Just when I was about to leave. The security personnel approached me and asked," You know about the two pieces outside?" I didn't. But I knew where they meant they would be. I went outside and saw an exercise class. The artwork was interactive. I was asked to join the class. but I declined. I asked to take photos and caught this, "Right in the Nose."
Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Today I ventured out around 10 am to go to the Redpath Museum. I knew the weather was going to change from cold to cold and raining, I just didn't know when it was going to happen. When I stepped out of the Redpath Museum, I noticed it was nice just cold.. I decided to go ahead and make my way to the Centre-Eaton Mall to see the Wax Figures in the Grevin Museum. I really wanted to see Andy Warhol and Zombie boy. When I made my way out the doors of Centre Eaton after visiting the museum it was drizzling. I went to step and immediately noticed it was super slippery. There was no way I was going to walk the streets and sidewalks easily, so I decided to duck into the metro. After I ran my errand of returning a mason jar to La Panthere Verte (that is how they pack take out food and you return the glass mason jar for a return on your $1 deposit.) I walked a very short and slippery slope up to Sherbrooke Street and decided to take the bus. The bus stop was close to the corner and a stop was right across from the hotel so it was perfect. I stayed in the rest of the day. I ate vegan ice cream, and drank vegan hot chocolate and watch TV in French.
Sunday, January 1, 2017
I had tried this before, the 365 - a photo a day for a year challenge and did not make it through. I am here to try again. My photos are posted in a flickr group and I will be blogging some of them here. Here is the first one.
I was walking toward the back of the Mont Royal metro station in Montreal, Canada, when I noticed all these beautiful chunky pigeons roosting on the edge of the building. I realized those edges were vents. Smart warm pigeons. Something from inside shook and spooked some of the pigeons. As the pigeons flew back, I grabbed this shot.