Rue Provost

Provost Street, in the working-class borough of Lachine, is not one of Montreal’s much-vaunted main streets. It has no sidewalk cafés, no cool bars and no reason to linger. But it does have a vintage Poulet Frit à la Kentucky. I took these photos in the spring of 2007. I hope Provost and its fried-chicken […]

Evening Under the Bridge

Patterns of light, shadow and reflections underneath the Charlevoix Street Bridge, over the Lachine Canal in Montreal, during rush hour. Music is “Wildlife Analysis” by Boards of Canada.

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Spring Returns to the Lachine Canal

This is a video and still photo slideshow I created of the Lachine Canal and some of the former industrial buildings near the Côte-St-Paul Locks. The Lachine Canal was opened in 1825, allowing boats to bypass the Lachine Rapids for the first time and sail directly to the Great Lakes. It sparked an industrial boom […]