Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Montreal - Conclusion

And this friends, is my last recap post. You guys are too funny. You can stop cheering ;).

But seriously, I want to thank you all so much for your comments on the pictures I took during this little trip. I still honestly have no clue what I'm doing. Really just experimenting right now but I do want to learn. So thank you all so much for the encouragement. It means a lot. Alright, enough of all that mushy stuff.

After lunch, we did some sight-seeing. This was the coldest day in Montreal so my hands were freezing while I took pictures. We didn’t last very long since it was so cold. This is one of the main reasons why I want to visit Montreal again in the warmer months.

Once we finished sight-seeing, we stopped into a Christmas shop to see if we could pick up any Christmas ornaments (and to warm up!) to remember our trip.

I had an incredible time. It also felt really nice to go to Montreal with Sean. When I went to Montreal whilst in college, I knew Sean existed but I could not stand him. It was nice to share another experience with him that I had in college, since I love him and all now.

Tomorrow, I’ll return with some questions answered. Like I said before, I’ll break them down in categories and go from there. I’ll try not to lump it all in one week just to keep different topics on this blog, since the last week was all about Montreal. But know that I’ll answer every question I was asked.

Happy Wednesday! ♥


YeamieWaffles said...

I love all of these photos Faith, it's been so much fun to join you on this journey, hopefully you get to go to Montreal again soon!

Mrs JK said...

Oh yey, can't wait for the answers!

Awesome recap, makes me seriously want to go. Looks like you had a JAM! You have no clue what u doing, you could have fooled me. They look amazing!

Nancy said...

I can see it now. You are going to be the most fashionably dressed wedding photographer. I'm so serious.

Law_Fal said...

So happy y'all had a great trip! Awesome pictures!

Kirsten Wiemer said...

your pictures make me really want to visit! ahhh.
and yes cold hands while taking pictures, seriously a problem.
i definitely bought some gloves to wear while taking pictures, it was a good thing i think.


lori said...

love all the pictures!

ive been wanting to do a questions post, too... but can't get anyone to ask any questions... did you have a good response?! cant wait to hear your answers :)

Carolyn said...

I love all the photos. Montreal looks absolutely gorgeous! I love all the history!! :)

Richelle Lynn Garn said...

So beautiful. I'm so glad you had a good time.

Morgan said...

Go girl! Your pics are gorgeous. :) What a cool trip!

Adrienne said...

These photos are BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

I want more, I want more!!!

(OH I'm supposed to be cheering that it's *over* and not chanting? Humph....)

:) :) :)

And I had no idea you disliked Sean!! ;) So funny seeing the results as they are today ;)

Emily Gilbert said...

Nobody is cheering, I assure you, we love all these gorgeous photos of Canada <3 Thank you for sharing them with us. I am so glad you two had a wonderful time.

David Ole said...

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Carlee said...

All of your photos from the trip have looked awesome! I think you've got an eye for photography!

Kristen said...

Don't you love the architecture?! It's breath taking.

Brittany said...

Seriously most gorgeous photos need to be a photographer! I'm thinking a travel magazine would hire you after seeing these. The Christmas shop looks so festive and cozy...did you find any ornaments? And did you buy any street art? Z and I have a tradition of buying one piece of "street art" everywhere we go (even if it's tiny!) and want to have an entire wall of it one day. Sounds like the Christmas ornaments is y'alls thing...which is a really great idea! Looks like such an amazing trip...and I'm not cheering...I've enjoyed the recap! Love that you and Sean are adventurous and do fun things like this :)

Whitney Cypert said...

I forgot to ask this before but, what is poutine? A type of food? I loved your recap, traveling posts are one of my favorites because I like to travel so much. Your pictures are gorgeous!

toi said...

I heard that Montreal is like a Canadian version of France and i can't wait to visit it :)

Desiree Macke said...

I love that you got a Christmas ornament to remember your trip. We do the same thing! I love hanging them on the tree each year, reminiscing about our travels and fun.
Can't wait to read the answers to your questions!!

Maria said...

again, these are incredible, faith!!! i love the ones of the pretty! and i know i said it before, but now i reallllly want to go to montreal. it just looks so beautiful and full of character and FUN!
thanks so much for sharing your getaway. i'm so glad you, sean and your friends had a fabulous time!
happy thursday. xoxox

Georgina Castellucci said...

You're such a wonderful blogger keeping us updated! Love it all :)

love jenny xoxo said...

the city looks gorgeous! Fun place to play with the new camera, but too bad it wasn't warmer. Still learning mine, hopefully I'll go take some cool pics someplace, I think I have about a million of my dogs :)

{love jenny xoxo}

Life with J and J said...

The pictures are so beautiful. I feel like I was there! You are quickly becoming a pro with your camera. Good job!

Christina Marie Kellogg said...

I love the architectural and signage shots...very nice!

Life's a shoe said...

great photos! I would love to go to Montreal someday

LWLH said...

I so want to go there, and the Christmas shop, yes please! You know me and Christmas, I would be all over it.

P.S. What are you using to edit your pictures, they really do look amazing.

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