Monday, August 31, 2009

Downtown Montreal

Montreal is a city of contrast, and full of photo opportunities. The old blends in so well with all the new buildings that surround them. Almost every corner, there is an old church, or building with history. It's a great city to explore. The only down side is that it's an expensive city, compared to Toronto. Everything seems to cost more. Gas, food, entertainment, parking, etc. But, people don't seem to mind it. Shops and restaurants are full of people, even into the very late nights.

It probably takes a full week to explore just the downtown of Montreal. There is so much to see, and photograph. If you are into architecture photography, be sure to visit Montreal.

Montreal Convention Centre -- 5D & Sigma 15-30mm f3.5-4.5. Click for larger.

Holiday Inn in China Town -- 5D & EF 35mm f1.4 @ f1.6, ISO 1600 hand held. Click for larger

Horse Carriage -- 5D & Sigma 15-30mm f3.5-4.5. Click for larger.

China Town at night -- 5D & EF 35mm f1.4.

Looking down from 12th floor -- 5D & Sigma 15-30mm f3.5-4.5.

The Guarding Lion -- 5D & EF 35mm f1.4 ISO 1600 hand held

View from a windown at MacDonald's -- 5D & Sigma 15-35mm f3.5-4.5.

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