Happy New Year
This is one of my favourite shots I took at the Festival of Fireworks in 2012, below is the Jacques Cartier Bridge. Happy New Year! Wishing for better days ahead as we slowly begin to inch back toward the light.
Hubby and I went to see a dazzling world of lights tonight at Illumi de Cavalia, this is one of the 18 amazing scenes. Apparently 20 million LED bulbs bring more than 30,000 light structures to life.
Jacques Cartier bridge
Beautifully decorated for the season. This atrium connects to two office Skyscrapers in Downtown Montreal.
A panoramic view of the grandchildren and great grandchildren singing Christmas carols for our 89 and 90 year old parents (on the right) who still live on their own. It is very tough for them, God bless them.
let it snow!
This holiday season is unlike any other, to cap off a year unlike any other. Throughout this season, and as we move into a new (and hopefully better) year, we wish you moments of peace amid the difficulties, connections with family and friends even if they can’t be in person, the warmth of memories from holidays past, and wonderful glimpses of the joy that is still to come. Digital Art Reindeer's created by my granddaughter Savanah.
A public artwork by Montreal artist Michel de Broin, made from weathered steel and galvanized steel stairs.
Taking a photo a day is a huge undertaking and challenging. I will try and document my life via my photos. January 3, 2020 is my first day of my 365 day Photo Challenge. I'm also posting on 365project.org enjoying photo challenges from a great group of photographers.