A top floor balcony
A tin roof
Did I mention the shabby perfection ?
( a walk in Montreal )
Section of the city : Ste Anne de Bellvue
Have a wonderful day everyone !
LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION?
JOIN ME AT THESE FABULOUS PARTIES !
FLUSTER BUSTER SAVVY SOUTHERN STYLE
HAVE A DAILY CUP OF MRS. OLSON NO MINIMALIST HERE
LAMBERTS LATELY I GOTTA CREATE
FRENCH COUNTRY COTTAGE THE SHABBY ART BOUTIQUE
LOVE GROWS WILD MY TURN FOR US
LITTLE MISS CELEBRATION ONE MORE TIME EVENTS
LIFE ON LAKESHORE DRIVE DWELLINGS THE HEART OF YOUR HOME
BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH COASTAL CHARM
SAND & SISAL A STROLL THRU LIFE
CONFESSIONS OF A PLATE ADDICT AN EXTRAORDINARY DAY
MEMORIES BY THE MILE KATHE WITH AN E
Gorgeous sights! Love the homes made of stone! Hope you're having a great week! ~RhondaReplyDelete
It's such a pretty section of town - and it's waterfront !Delete
Thanks so much Rhonda - hope you're having a great week too :)
I would definitely say, "Charming" to all of the above.ReplyDelete
All beautiful!! I should have know it was Montreal.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Suzan, what a beautiful area to walk in. And I see Fall hasn't fallen there yet, either. Thanks for the stroll, SandiReplyDelete
Thanks Sandi !Delete
It's such a pretty section of town - and it's by the water which make it even prettier !
Fall hasn't arrived - thankfully - I want it to stay summer a little longer lol
Perfection like non-other.ReplyDelete
I love the first foto and you repeated it for good reason, the stone brick wall painted in that soft ironstone grey takes the cake.
I am I love with the address plate do you not agree?
All the homes are fabulous and if anyone gets up back on trend to loving a stone cottage it will be you my dear and you consistent posting as to what is inspiring your soul these days.
I need to move! Seriously, I to a neighborhood of rich history where homes were built with charm and authentic soul.
Nothing like what the slap together these days with stucco exteriors.
I also have a real love for a Santa Barbara plaster cement walls with all that white unevenness to the exterior and vintage terra cotta roofs. So many likes and not enough money to buy a home for each liking :)
I have been creating Christmas stockings these days for clients, shop owners and my etsy. Come visit.
Gorgeous! Love that 2nd floor balcony!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, love it all!ReplyDelete
Loved your tour Suzan. So much Chippy, rusty, fun goodness going on. Wonderful. JoReplyDelete
What a beautiful place, Suzan! Love the quaintness! :)ReplyDelete
Suzan what a fantastic stroll! All of that in one place! Loved them all! Fall is certainly in the air along with lots of spider webs floating about, getting ready for winter I guess. Have to go scavenge some cat tails pretty soon for the front porch, and maybe a few pumpkins! Hope you have a lovely evening.xxxxxxxReplyDelete
Plus it's off the water - I should have shown some water photos too !Delete
Is that why we have a ton of spider webs outside? Great - awesome - fantastic LMHO
I saw a ton of cattails on our way out for this walk actually !
Thanks so much Mary Anne - hope you have a wonderful evening too !
What a beautiful neighbourhood. So picturesque! Mimi xxxReplyDelete
How awesome to live in such charm.....ReplyDelete
Suzan, thank you for the phantasmagorical stroll! I think I saw fairies flying by! :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful, wish I could take a stroll down there and go shopping and see all the pretty houses.ReplyDelete
That would catch my eye, too!ReplyDelete
Oh Suzan what a quaint and beautiful neighborhood. Such history and beauty. Love it.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful old neighbourhood. I've never been in Montreal, just by it, and I know there are a lot of beautiful areas to that city. Thanks for sharing this one with us. Lovely!ReplyDelete
Your walk is far more interesting than any walk around this concrete jungle! Your photography is fabulous Suzan - did you finally get the courage to use your new camera?ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous city you live in! Cheers to being Canadian.ReplyDelete
So Pretty, Suzan! I'll make it to Montreal one day.ReplyDelete
Now those views could , truly, motivate one to get out and walk, dear one!!!
The first photo drew me in!!!
L o v e d the tree photo, also!!!
Did you notice it is a perfect tree for sitting and daydreaming???
Thank you for sharing!!!
Wishing you a happy First Day of Autumn!!!
So charming, Suzan! That's it, I'm packing up and moving to Montreal!!!ReplyDelete
It's like being in a fairytale. Gorgeous!
Wow, love the pics but the first one is my fave! Great time of year!!ReplyDelete
Thanks SO much ! ( the first one's my fave too ! )Delete
Happy Fall! Loved sharing your walk with you and that address marker.....divine!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I haven't been to Montreal since I was a kid and don't remember it being this beautiful. I must go back and refresh my memory.ReplyDelete
Wow, these things would've caught my eye as well! Love, love that first photo! All are terrific! Thanks for sharing them with SYC.ReplyDelete
Thanks Jann - it's such a pretty section of the city !Delete
I was just telling Steve tonight on our walk that I really want to visit Montreal.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
Beautiful! The shabby perfection caught my eye, too—at Amaze Me Monday!ReplyDelete
You have a great eye! Thanks for sharing at Best of the Weekend!ReplyDelete
Feast for the eyes!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!