I believe these silos are part of the Five Roses flour mill on the Old Port of Montreal and there’s discussion of it’s future, as well as the landmark Silo #5 close by. I’ll let you do your own digging into the architectural significance of these silos, as my report would be quite long.

I originally intended to play with the sky and give it some neon effect or other, but I realized the clouds and sky colours were amazing in this shot. They I wanted to project a lightship against the building (with Photoshop, of course), but also found that something didn’t fit. Perhaps this is what it feels like when you take a good shot. Well, I like it. I hope you do too.

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3 thoughts on “Herritage Architecture in Montreal

  1. Hi M,

    May I share some of your posts on my blog? What do you think?

    Jo, Creating My Odyssey –

    artist/writer/renaissance soul/steampunk, wild west & ghost nut/traveller/mental health &lifestyle blogger Liberating the Real Me After Thirty Years Of Depression and Anxiety

    http://www.jo-b-creative.blogspot.co.uk

    On Tue, 18 Jun 2019, 11:00 The New Renaissance Mindset The New Renaissance Mindset posted: ” I believe these silos are part of > the Five Roses flour mill on the Old Port of Montreal and there’s > discussion of it’s future, as well as the landmark Silo #5 close by. I’ll > let you do your own digging into the architectural significance of these > silos,” >

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