Saturday, May 19, 2018

Canada/Laval, Spring in Carrefour Laval!
Carrefour Laval is a super regional mall located in Laval, the North Shore of Montreal. It is the largest enclosed mall in the Montreal area, and Quebec's largest mall operating on one floor with with a magnificent garden.
CF Carrefour Laval is one of the four fashion centres in the Montreal area.
#Canada #Montreal #Laval #Quebec #garden #carrefourlaval #spring #garden #shoppingmall #umberella #decoration

Tuesday, May 01, 2018

Canada/Montreal, City behind trees!
View of Downtown Montreal as seen behind of trees from above Mount Royal. Mount Royal gave its name to Montreal.
#Canada #Quebec #Montreal #mtl #mountroyal #montroyal #mtroyal #mtroyalmoment #park #parc #may #City #tree #mtlmoments #mtlphoto #nature #naturelovers #instamtl  #mtlphoto #montreality

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Canada/Montreal, Goodbye winter! 
@ Mount Royal City View (Vue Mont Royal)!
#canada #Montreal #Montréal #mtl #montroyal #winter #MountRoyalCityView

Wednesday, April 18, 2018




Canada/Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Ice Hotel!
The Ice Hotel (Hôtel de Glace) near Quebec City is the first and only true ice hotel in North America.
The hotel is usually made in arches of 5 m over rooms, and larger and higher spaces for a grand hall, a chapel, a bar and a grand ice slide. The walls are over 1.2 m thick on average. All furniture is made of ice. The bar serves drinks and cocktails in ice glasses.
#HoteldeGlace #IceHotel #Quebec #Canada #Valcartier #winter #hiver #snow #ice #hoteldeglacequebec #MontrealPhotographer 


Canada/Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Ice Hotel!
The Ice Hotel (Hôtel de Glace) near Quebec City is the first and only true ice hotel in North America.
The hotel is usually made in arches of 5 m over rooms, and larger and higher spaces for a grand hall, a chapel, a bar and a grand ice slide. The walls are over 1.2 m thick on average. All furniture is made of ice. The bar serves drinks and cocktails in ice glasses.
#HoteldeGlace #IceHotel #Quebec #Canada #Valcartier #winter #hiver #snow #ice #hoteldeglacequebec #MontrealPhotographer 

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Happy Nowruz!
Nowruz (Persian: نوروز‎ literally "new day" or "day of renewal") is the name of the Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year, which is celebrated worldwide by Iranians, along with some other ethno-linguistic groups, as the beginning of the New Year.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Canada/Montreal, Chaharshanbeh-Suri!
Chaharshanbeh Suri is an Iranian festival celebrated on the eve of the last Wednesday before Nowruz (the Iranian New Year's day).
Before the start of the festival, people gather brushwood in an open, free exterior space. At sunset, after making one or more bonfires, they jump over the flames, singing sorxi-ye to az man, zardi-ye man az to, literally meaning "[let] your ruddiness [be] mine, my paleness yours", or a local equivalent of it. This is considered a purificatory practice.
#Iran #canada #montreal #fire #firefestival #chaharshanbesuri #chaharshanbehsuri #chaharshanbesoori #4shanbesoori #4shanbesuri #nowruz #nowruzfestival #festival 
#چهارشنبه_سوری  
#نوروز

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Canada/Montreal, Festival des lumières!

Quartier des Spectacles is an arts and entertainment district located in the eastern section of Downtown Montreal, designed as a centre for Montreal's cultural events and festivals. The Quartier des spectacles is a member of the Global Cultural Districts Network.

#Canada #montréal #Montreal #Quebec #mtl #mtlmoments #montrealenlumiere #light #festive #mtlview #centrevillemontreal #mtlenlumiere

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Canada/Montreal, Festival des lumières!
Montréal en lumière is an annual winter festival in the Quartier des spectacles in Montreal. It highlights the light, the arts and the pleasures of the table. It is one of the biggest winter festivals in the world.

#Canada #montréal #Montreal #Quebec #mtl #mtlmoments #montrealenlumiere #light #festive #mtlview #centrevillemontreal #mtlenlumiere

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Canada/Montreal, Trees covered with snow!
Snow interacts with vegetation in two principal ways, vegetation can influence the deposition and retention of snow and, conversely, the presence of snow can affect the distribution and growth of vegetation. 
Tree branches, especially of conifers intercept falling snow and prevent accumulation on the ground. Snow suspended in trees ablates more rapidly than that on the ground, owing to its greater exposure to sun and air movement.
#Canada #Montreal #Montréal #Snow #Tree #Urban