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More of Montréal’s Ruelles Vertes #11
Montreal’s Ruelles Vertes initiative started in the city’s Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood in the late 1990’s, so this week I thought I’d check out two of the oldest green laneways this part of town has to offer.
It’s not just access by car that’s limited. In this case you need to walk your bicycle through as well.
This gate wasn’t much to look at but the garden trowel knocker is kinda cool.
This laneway had so many fun props, like this sculpture made from bicycle parts.
it felt like it could be a movie set…for an admittedly very odd movie 😉
This is one of the most narrow doors I’ve ever captured.
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