Amazing Garden Sculptures In Montreal
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Pierre Leclerc Photography Art
Shop for artwork by Pierre Leclerc Photography. Purchase canvas prints, framed prints, tapestries, posters, greeting cards, and more. Pierre Leclerc is a Fine Art Landscape and Nature Photographer based in Vancouver, B.C. Born in Quebec, Canada, Pierre learned to appreciate nature and the great outdoors from an early age. His adventurous free spirited nature took him to the west...
Canadian Winter Getaways: Ottawa Edition
I’m just going to say it out right: WINTERS IN CANADA CAN BE ROUGH. But, the particularly rough part about winter here, is the period between January and March. The hype around Christmas and NYE ha…
20 Most Photogenic Places Across Canada
No matter what angle you’re looking at it from, Canada makes for some postcard-perfect pictures. It’s no wonder that Hollywood loves filming here so much. Those breathtaking landscapes in Brokeback Mountain? Those were in Canada. The lovely old homes and riverside walkways in The Handmaid’s Tale? Canada. The Cullen house and the forest in The […]
Butchart Garden Stairway
I want my garden to look like this! Around 100 years ago Jennie Butchart, the wife of a Portland Cement magnate, decided to turn their exhausted quarry pit into a sunken garden. The original garden was completed in 1921 Today, over a million bedding plants a year are used throughout the gardens and over a million visitors visit Butchart Gardens annually. It's well worth the trip. Check out my blog @: www.visualistImages.com
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18 févr. 2015 - Project: Habitat 67 Location: Montréal, Canada Architect: Moshe Safdie Form: Clustered
Beautiful Churches – The Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame), Montreal
Founded in 1642 in the village, then known as Ville-Marie, had its first wooden chapel inside the palisade at Pointe-à-Callière, today the site of Montreal’s major archaeological museum. Dedicated …