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More of Montréal’s Ruelles Vertes #5
This week brings us more explorations in yet another one of Montréal’s Green Laneways in the north central borough of St-Michel/Villeray.
No it’s not a door but I’d say this took a fair amount of both creativity and patience so I thought it was worth a share.
I love the light and shadows on this one.
Also not a door but way too cool not to share – back alleys are a great place for the kid’s version of Canada’s national pastime: street hockey. In a green laneway the biggest advantage over playing in the street is that they almost never have to stop for, “Car”!
Frida! Woulda never taken her for a hockey fan 😉
I took a peek. This is where they store the nets and the goalie pads.
Plus a place to sit and watch the game.
Moving along, the whole idea of a door hidden behind a set of sliding doors was an interesting find.
Hopefully someone recognizes the need for a creative touch on this bland one.
I loved the little Zen touch in the lower part of this one.
As always, thank you for looking and to all my fellow Canadians on here: have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving my friends 🙂
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