Sunday, July 10, 2016

Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours

I find it important when taking photos not just to look ahead, but to also stop and look behind me. Especially if I'm not planning to retrace my steps. If I hadn't at this point, I would have missed seeing this church down the hill toward the river. The  traffic light was green as I was framing the shot and then it turned orange just as I pressed the shutter release.

Maybe I should have taken another photo after the light turned red.

In case you're wondering, between yawns, when I'll ever be done with these Montréal photos, fret not! The end is near.


  1. If it were a photographers light, then you got the snap in just in time. (Also I like the red and white sign in the window.)

  2. I agree with Stuart... you've got the traffic light in reverse...
    the green steeple, the amber light and the red car!!

  3. Hope we'll have some more photos of 'old' Montreal. Happy tennis day....I'm for Andy.

  4. No yawns here. I've been enjoying this photo journal of Montreal.

    1. Moi, aussi / yo, también / me, too ! (Is that emphatic enough? :))

  5. "Stopped into a church I passed along the way...Well, I got down on my knees and I pretend to pray...You know the preacher likes the cold... He knows I'm gonna stay... California dreamin'... On such a winter's day.


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