For years, I automatically took only pictures of smiling faces, pretty places, and things. It was during my year of residence in Montreal, Quebec that my perspective finally changed. Maybe it was the food… or the fact that over 75% of the population spoke French and all I could say was “Bonjour” and “Merci Beaucoup”. Perhaps, it was the beauty of the city and the diverse culture that captured my attention. Whatever it was, my mind was open to changes.
The architecture of the city was unlike anything I’ve ever seen… a blend of the old European and modern buildings. It was amazing to see all the different geometric shapes and lines through the camera lens.
Marché Bonsecours is a two-storey domed public market in Old Montreal. For more than 100 years, it was the main public market in the Montreal area.