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Ruelles Vertes in Rosemont/Petite-Patrie, Montréal (Part #3)
This week I continue to skulk around in the back alleys of my old neighbourhood in the city, looking for interesting doors while maintaining safe physical distancing.
In case you missed it this post from a few weeks ago offers a quick explanation of Montréal’s Ruelles Vertes/Green Laneways initiative.
Some of these are a bit on the gritty side but hey, they can’t all be pretty 😉
Found this one around the corner from the alley. I just couldn’t resist the weird patterns in the frosted glass.
There’s no door here but any mural that incorporates a living climbing vine into itself deserves to be showcased.
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