Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

This week’s photo challenge theme is Threshold. A threshold can be an actual entrance or egress, or a figurative concept along the lines of being on the horns of a dilemma, or a starting or turning point. I’ve opted to take the clear route and post a couple of shots of grand thresholds – orContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold”

Montreal’s Innovative Speed Limit Signs

As the song says, “Money’s too tight to mention”. Whether people or countries, provinces or states, even cities, with but a few exceptions, there never seems to be enough cash to do all the things required or wanted. The woman suggested that rather than change thousands of existing signs, a method of adapting them toContinue reading “Montreal’s Innovative Speed Limit Signs”

Montreal’s Road Work Nightmare

Montrealers who live in or pass through that section of town located west of downtown are in for a very long summer. Work is being carried out on several main arteries, while others have been closed permanently. Here is a link to The Gazette’s Andy Riga’s nutshell version of what to expect and what toContinue reading “Montreal’s Road Work Nightmare”

Venezuelans Take to the Streets of Montreal

Yesterday, as part of the worldwide protest of the current situation in Venezuela, many marchers took to the streets of Montreal. DCMontreal is a Montreal writer born and raised who likes to establish balance and juxtapositions; a bit of this and a bit of that, a dash of Yin and a soupçon of Yang, someContinue reading “Venezuelans Take to the Streets of Montreal”