When I was in Montreal a few weeks ago to bring my son back to school, my eye was caught by this closed-off street.
And then I realized what it was.
You see that missing concrete block three floors from the top, on the left? That is what killed the poor woman who was having an anniversary dinner with her husband in the sushi bar at the bottom. Bet you read about that in the newspapers. Terrible tragedy.
And a reminder not to have dinner under a building in Montreal, where bridges and buildings do have a tendency to keep doing this.
And a reminder -as if I needed that – to always carry my camera. My wide angle lens (20mm on my full-frame camera) allowed me to capture it all, from the missing block to the “sushi” sign below.
Another reason I was glad to have the camera: so I could photograph the mold on the ceiling of Jason’s new apartment’s bathroom. Mold that that landlord says does not exist, and he resent my implications and thinks I have ulterior motives and so on. Yeah right: bathroom ceilings and walls are supposed to look like this:
Feel free to zoom in. We’ll see about your protestations, M. Fattal!