I See Colors Everywhere

Although I work around downtown Montreal, I don’t normally get a chance to explore the area. I have very little time during the week, and it usually is very crowded during the weekends, so I tend to avoid it. But since I was off on Thursday and Friday, I thought it would the perfect time to walk around. My first stop was to check out the colorful glass windows / facade of the Palais des Congres which I think give this place a playful yet modern look.
Colored Facade at Palais des Congres de Montreal

ISO - 400 | Focal length: 28 mm | F-stop: f/11 | Exposure time: 1/160 sec
    Photo taken at the Palais-des-Congres in Montreal.

This photo was entered in wickedforeign.com‘s “Fenestrations” photo contest. Check out Wendy’s Wicked Foreign blog to join the contest.

37 thoughts on “I See Colors Everywhere

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    • Thanks. I took a photo of the outside though, but I didn’t like how it turned out at first glance. I might look at that file in the next few days again though to see if my view of it changes.

      But yes, the colors streaming through the colored windows were brilliantly reflected on the floor.

    • Thank you, David. I’ve always wanted to get a chance to capture the colors at this place, but every time I went there in the past, there were always people underneath the stairs. I’m so happy I went there early on Thursday as there weren’t many “tourists” that early.

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