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Jook Leung

John Lennon "Imagine" Memorial

Yann Leroy

Montreal Old Port Viewed from the Top of a Cargo Boat

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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© 2004 Yann Leroy, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

This pano was taken under very cold conditions but gives an incredible and ephemeral Montreal's point of view.

It was here that the city and the port came to life more than 350 years ago.

This pano was made from the highest level of a cargo boat: for the scale, just look at other large boats, cars and also at the 'bobcat loader' on the deck...

Here is the power and the magic of high quality 3D panoramas: you can always immerse yourself in this ephemeral point of view, although the boat is no more in place...

Don't forget to have a close look at this project's webpage at www.CANDAU.com/wwp04 - where you will find some special effects: sounds, flares, and so on...

Be patient while downloading the FullScreen version (2.5MB): it's worth to wait for small details such as in downtown where you will recognize some famous buildings ( 'Notre-Dame' Basilica built in 1829, the 'le1000', the Montreal Science Center, ...), and also the BioSphere (USA national pavilion for the Universal Exposition in 1967), the Cartier and Champlain bridges over St Lawrence's river, and so on ...

Location

USA-Canada / Canada-Quebec

Lat: 45° 30' 31.7" N
Long: 73° 33' 14.8" W

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