Wednesday, April 03, 2013

View of Montreal

Hi everyone!  The video I have chosen for this post is "Aime" by Bruno Pelletier.  "Aime" is French for "love".  It is a beautiful song and there are lovely graphics in this video.  The beauty about music is that it is universal, so I hope you will all enjoy this.  It is my favourite French song, sung with love and comes from the heart.  Bruno Pelletier is a francophone Quebec singer.

The photo I am sharing today is one that I took in Old Montreal in September 2011.  It is the Marche Bonsecours...Bonsecours Market.  You just need to click on the image to see a larger view.

Thank you all so much for visiting me here.  I really appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share by clicking on the 'comments' link at the end of my post.

35 comments:

  1. I don't speak French, but that is a very nice song. I also really like your photo.

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  2. Hermosa y melodiosa canción y bello mercado. Un abrazo,

    Beautiful and melodious song and beautiful market. A hug,

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  3. I'd love to visit this beautiful market! ;-)

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  4. I LOVE that silver dome!

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  5. Merci pour la vidéo et sa chanson... Je ne la connaissais pas, ni son interprète.
    Merci également pour cette jolie photo.
    Gros bisous

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  6. I love your music AND your photo!

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  7. Ah, Montreal! It's been years since I've been, but I'm itching to go back. I spent a lot of time in Montreal as a child because my grandparents lived there. Seeing pictures of the city brings back a lot of memories.

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  8. Well I just learned a new word, never knew aime

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  9. Hi Linda, I hope all is well. The picture you have taken is pretty enough to be a postcard :) Great advertisement for Montreal!

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  10. Beautiful photo, Linda. I visited Montreal (and Quebec City) years ago and have wanted to go back since. One day soon, if I can make it happen... Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

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  11. Coucou Linda.
    Merci de ta gentille visite.
    Ton blog est très sympathique.
    Bisous à Bientôt.

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  12. cool song, i had never heard it before, and it does make me curious to read more about it on google to find out what he's saying :D

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  13. Bonjour Linda!
    Montreal is a place that I dream to visit someday!
    You have a lovely blog, congratulations and thanks for sharing these beautiful images!
    Léia

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  14. I'll be there today:)
    It is a great shot Linda..
    I like Bruno..and Vincent:)

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  15. Una bonita canción francesa.
    La foto muy bien.

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  16. What a 'lovely' video, Linda...
    Beautiful photo !
    Lie(f)s.

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  17. Beautiful video --and I love the photo with those BLUE skies... Rainy here again today!

    Hope you are feeling better.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  18. I love seeing domed buildings.

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  19. This brought back memories of the week I spent in Montreal 15 years ago! I loved the old town section and would love to have the opportunity to visit again. Your blog is like a little mini vacation.

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  20. Yes beautiful song, exquisite hearts.

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  21. Lovely video and a beautiful song! Thanks for sharing!

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  22. A lovely song! And, wow, I love the silver dome!

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  23. Thank you for visiting Nicki and Derry at Fuzzy Tales! The blog header was done by one of the talented cat "moms" around the Cat Blogosphere, so I can't take credit. :-)

    It's nice to "meet" another Canadian bloggerr. I was born in Montreal and raised in Gaspé, though it's been decades since I've lived in the province and I'm not bilingual.

    Best regards!

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  24. Love the shining dome!

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  25. I wonder if visiting Montreal isn't kinda like visiting France!

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  26. La música es un lenguaje universal. Un saludo Linda.

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  27. Beautiful video & music.

    Thank you and best regards!

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  28. The music to this song is beautiful...I wish I can understand the words..LOL....You have a lovely blog!!!

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  29. Hi Linda,
    Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment and introducing me to your lovely blog. I love your uplifting videos and pictures. I have been enjoying looking through them.
    Sarah x

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  30. Love is great also your photo too.

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  31. Hi Linda, beautiful video that accompany the entry and I really like the picture you made to the market, with the sky so saturated and llimpio. Genial. A kiss from Spain :)

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  32. Me ha encantado tu blog. He pasado un buen rato visitandote. Warm regards

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  33. Thank you all so much for your visits and comments, I really appreciate it!

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  34. The photo is lovely! And I'm fairly convinced that everything is more beautiful in French. What a great idea to add musical accompaniment to your photos. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  35. Love the old look of Montreal.

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