VIA Rail, Montreal, Quebec, October 24, 2004

A Clear Autumnal Canadian Morning.

Autumn is my favorite time to make photographs. Crisp days, rich low sunlight, and bright rusty foliage make for a great combination of conditions.

In Late October 2004, Tim Doherty and I spent several days exposing photographs around Montreal. On the morning of October 24, we worked this location south of downtown which featured a shining skyline view.

VIA Rail Montreal, Canada.
I exposed this image with my Nikon N90s and 80-200 zoom lens on Fujichrome film.
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2 thoughts on “VIA Rail, Montreal, Quebec, October 24, 2004”

    1. Hi Brian,
      I’m not sure off-hand. I’ll have to check my notes, which are buried about 6000 miles from my present location. It was probably one of the Montreal-Ottawa trains, or a deadhead move to Central Station.
      BS

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