On The Top Of The Falls ● Apparently, last week-end the whole province of Ontario, at least Toronto and all its surroundings, had a smog warning. Niagara Falls was badly hazy and the only decent photos I could take were the first couple of them that I took from the top of the falls, like this one. I liked this part of the view better myself. According to one of the banners on the wall, 138,000 cubic meters is the amount of water that falls down every minute here, and yes, it is really impressive and amazing to watch.
Snowy Old Port ● It is hard to believe that this could be only three months from now. We were at old port tonight and no one could believe that this would be the scenary in three months if I showed them this photo. Montréal have two totally different sides; I consider it two different cities, one is what I see in summer and the other one is what it looks like in this photo, in winter. I like them both; however, I prefer the winter :-)
Mont Tremblant ● What a day! We had a lot of rain on the top of the mountain - read hill - today. It was a stormy weather, but the coulds made the scenary lovely. It was my first time on the top of Mont Tremnblant, north of Montréal, and it was really great. This was the biggest resort I have seen around. Now, we HAVE to give it a try and go skiing this year. It was not anything close to Dizin, but bigger than Shemshak; some paths can be seen in this shot.