BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, THERE HAVEN'T BEEN ENOUGH PHOTOGRAPHS ON HERE LATELY...Okay, there have been.
But let's look at some more, this time sans a Christmas theme (not that I won't post another Christmas pic today).
I have an album of panoramic photo collages, but, up until now, there have only been two because, as far as I could remember, there were only two times in history that I swivelled in one spot and took photos in rapid succession in order to reassemble them into one super-panorama, when I was in the stands of the 2002 Canadian Grand Prix of Formula One and when I was in the parking lot of South Keys Mall on a birthday trip to Ottawa, also in 2002.
On Thursday night, I remembered a third time I had done such a thing, to provide a backdrop for the computer animation assignment that became "More than Meets the Eye". For some reason, it never occurred to me to assemble the photos I took back then into one big picture until this week.
Here it is, with the text hyperlinked to the full-sized version for Google Image Search purposes.
A panoramic collage of shots of Aylmer street in Montreal's Milton Park neighbourhood (a.k.a. "The McGill Ghetto") I took from the balcony of the apartment I was staying in part time in the Residences Prince-Arthur building at 495 Prince-Arthur W. in the autumn of 2001. These photos were taken for the backdrop of a computer animation project I did in 2002, but this assemblage of the photos is brand new. By the way, this is just down the road from Molson Stadium, where the Alouettes play.
Also, for those of you who want to see a picture of me a little more recent than the ones I've been posting the past week, my mother took this photo on Wednesday morning.
I wish she'd have taken the photo at a little greater resolution than 640 x 480 pixels, as though she were still using the old digital camera we had from 1997.
And, with the dumpings of snow Ottawa got this week, winter seems here to stay. Here are a couple of photos one of my parents took in the backyard.