Days are getting shorter and shorter in Montréal… And it is going to continue that way until around December 21st, time when things will turn.
So If you came to Montréal at this time of year, we’d most probably go take some walks after sunset. With that in mind, I decided to take some Autumn evening shots of my neighbourhood, that way you’ll be sure not to get lost if I ask you to get something at the convenience store while I’m cooking supper?
Put on a scarf, make sure your coat is zipped all the way up, and let’s go!
Yeah, you could take the bus, but it would be pretty useless, since the convenience store (le dépanneur) is about 5 minutes of walk away from home…
Notice that we are lucky this year… We didn’t get much wind lately, so the trees have kept most of their leaves.
Ok, ok, some of them have lost more than others… This is not a snow bank, just a big pile of leaves…
An unusual sight… Toilet waiting on the sidewalk.
You’re getting there. On the right, the fire station, and the convenience store is on the left, just where the black car is parked.
Be careful when you pass by those backstreets… You wouldn’t want to get caught in the dark with just anybody, right?
You’re almost back now… I hope your fingers aren’t freezing yet!
Just a corner away from my apartment. Ok, I didn’t let you go by yourself… Here’s proof I was there all along!
Until our next walk… 🙂
Want to see more of Montréal with me?