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  1. L'utilisation du bois dans les édifices à Québec Stade du PEPS http://www.cyberpresse.ca/le-soleil/sports/actualites-sportives/201201/17/01-4486852-inauguration-du-stade-telus-comme-noel-en-janvier.php http://www.lappel.com/media/photos/unis/2012/01/17/photo_1975227_resize_slideshow.jpg http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stade_TELUS-Universit%C3%A9_Laval http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stade_TELUS-Universit%C3%A9_Laval Stade Télus - Université Laval par davidivivid, sur Flickr Stade Télus - Université Laval par davidivivid, sur Flickr Édifice Fondaction http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/index.php?option=com_rea&view=fiches&id=224&Itemid=100 Édifice administratif de GlaxoSmithKline http://stephanegroleau.com/blog/edifice-en-biotechnologie-interieur-ville-de-quebec/ http://www.coarchitecture.com/fr/portfolio/administratif/entreprise-en-biotechnologie-a-quebec Pavillon des sciences du Bois Kruger de l'Université Laval Aeterna Zentaris HQ http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/index.php?option=com_rea&view=fiches&id=180&Itemid=100 Palais Montcalm http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/index.php?option=com_rea&view=fiches&id=181&Itemid=100 Quai des cageux La promenade Samuel-De Champlain par CCNQ, sur Flickr http://www.imagesduquebec.com/Archives/Juin-2009/11824020_pPZAG#!i=564362979&k=Au6ko Bibliothèque Félix Leclerc http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/index.php?option=com_rea&view=fiches&id=235&Itemid=119 Hôtel-Musée situé sur la réserve Wendake. http://www.quebecurbain.qc.ca/2011/05/24/photos-de-lhotel-musee-premieres-nations-a-wendake/ http://canada.grandquebec.com/communautes-autochtones/wendat/ http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/index.php?option=com_rea&view=fiches&id=197&Itemid=100 Baie de Beauport http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/index.php?option=com_rea&view=fiches&id=174&Itemid=100 Stade Chauveau http://www.cecobois.com/repertoire/images/realisations/stade_chauveau/stade_a.jpg http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll26/MusicalBox63/qpca/IMGP2618r.jpg
  2. Mon premier tour d'hélicoptère... malheureusement il y avait beaucoup de smog/humidité et ça rendais la prise de photo pénible... sans compter l'espace très restreint pour manœuvrer une grosse Canon 5D MK3. Certaines photos donnent l'impression d'une aquarelle à cause de la pollution. On a aussi eus une permission spéciale de faire un 360 autour du centre ville, le pilote l'as demandé puisqu'il voyait que je prenais des photos :-) Je vais sûrement refaire le tour une journée moins humide pour avoir de meilleures photos. Here's my helicopter by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal's suburb - pool paradise by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal's suburb - pool paradise by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal's suburb - pool paradise by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal's suburb - pool paradise by Malek Racho, on Flickr St-Laurence river by Malek Racho, on Flickr Hazy downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Notre-Dame boulevard and Montreal port by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal density by Malek Racho, on Flickr Olympic stadium by Malek Racho, on Flickr Olympic stadium by Malek Racho, on Flickr Olympic Stadium by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal's biodome by Malek Racho, on Flickr Olympic Stadium by Malek Racho, on Flickr Montreal's density by Malek Racho, on Flickr A green oasis in Montreal's density by Malek Racho, on Flickr University of Montreal campus by Malek Racho, on Flickr University of Montreal campus by Malek Racho, on Flickr MUHC and Turcot interchange by Malek Racho, on Flickr MUHC and Turcot interchange by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Construction frenzy around the Bell Center by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr Downtown Montreal by Malek Racho, on Flickr
  3. MartinMtl

    Montréal à vol d'oiseau

    Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr Helico by Denis Tremblay on Flickr
  4. MartinMtl

    Montréal: Le Plateau

    Photos prises par moi le dimanche 28 septembre. Link to full set on Flickr here.
  5. MartinMtl

    Montreal - Milton Parc (McGill)

    Photos taken by me on friday the 3rd of october 2014 in Milton Parc and McGill. Full set on Flickr.
  6. ScarletCoral

    Photos des Archives de la Ville de Montréal

    Le compte Flickr des Archives de la Ville de Montréal http://www.flickr.com/photos/archivesmontreal/ On y trouve des photos vraiment intéressantes, comme des photos de la construction de la place Ville-Marie
  7. (All pics taken by me, november 10th, 2013. Link to complete Flickr set)
  8. yveslachance

    Chernobyl/Prypiat

    Bonjour tout le monde! L'été dernier je suis allé faire un tour en Ukraine et j'ai eu la chance d'aller explorer Chernobyl et Prypiat. Vraiment incroyable comme endroit. Indescriptible le sentiment d'être là-bas! J'ai fait un album flickr! J'espère que vous allez apprécier! Si vous êtes intéressés je pourrai aussi mettre d'autre photos que j'ai pris en Roumanie et Bulgarie par la suite. Enjoy! Lien: http://www.flickr.com/photos/61637441@N06/sets/72157632203156676/show/
  9. * J'en ferai la traduction bientôt! I've decided to take a lot of urban pictures this summer but instead of posting random pics, I thought it would be more interesting to present these pictures through an historical and architectural perspective. To be more coherent (and since it's a lot of work!!), I've decided to do it one street at a time. I thought it would be a great way to learn more about Canadian cities... I hope those interested in history as well as architecture will find this thread interesting!!! So, here is a great example: the St-Pierre street in Quebec City. As you can see on the following map, the surface area of the Old Port was very small in 1650 and the North part of St-Pierre Street was under water whereas the south part of the street was accessible. This situation has had a very interesting impact on the aspect of the street from South to North. http://www.mcq.org/place-royale/lieux.php?id=41#2 This is the beginning of the northern, more recent part of the street. The wave pattern on the ground symbolizes the fact that the St-Lawrence river used to reach this part of town. Place de la FAO par davidivivid, sur Flickr The street isn't very long, about 600 meters, yet it's influence on the City and the Province was very important. http://www.mcq.org/place-royale/en/lieux.php?id=38 Rue St-Pierre par davidivivid, sur Flickr Canadian Bank of Commerce, built in 1900. Also housed the American consulate in 1927. The fountain-sculpture in the form of the bow of a ship commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), founded in Québec City in 1945. Bank of Commerce par davidivivid, sur Flickr Headquarters of the Dominion Fish & Fruit company built in 1912. It was the first real highrise in Quebec City. Dominion Building par davidivivid, sur Flickr This building, built in 1902, first housed the Quebec Stock Exchange. It later became a branch of the Hochelaga Bank (which later fusionned with the National Bank). Hochelaga Bank par davidivivid, sur Flickr The last two buildings have now merged to become the hotel Le Germain-Dominion. This is the flagship boutique hotel of the Germain hotel chain, which is becoming an household name in Canada. This particular hotel is often named "Best Hotel in Canada". Hôtel Le Germain-Dominion par davidivivid, sur Flickr Bank of British North America, now the office of a cruise ship company. Bank of British North America par davidivivid, sur Flickr Imperial Bank of Canada - opened in 1875. Imperial Bank of Canada par davidivivid, sur Flickr Imperial Bank of Canada par davidivivid, sur Flickr First branch of the Bank of Montreal besides its headquarters in Montreal - 1818 Bank of Montreal par davidivivid, sur Flickr This branch of the Bank of Montreal soon proved to be too small so a bigger building was built on the other side of the road. Bank of Montreal par davidivivid, sur Flickr Bank of Montreal par davidivivid, sur Flickr Headquarters of the Quebec Bank, founded in 1818 - second oldest chartered bank in Canada after the bank of Montreal. Moved to this location in 1862 and fusionned with the Royal Bank of Canada in 1917. Quebec Bank par davidivivid, sur Flickr The building is now a part of the Quebec Civilization Museum. I love how some of the stones of the first floor were carved. It gives great texture to the facade. Quebec Bank par davidivivid, sur Flickr Maison Estèbe http://www.mcq.org/place-royale/en/lieux.php?id=38#39 Maison Estèbe par davidivivid, sur Flickr The Estèbe House is now a part of Quebec's Civilization Museum (with its signature glass tower), designed by Moshe Safdie. Maison Estèbe - Musée de la Civilisation par davidivivid, sur Flickr Molson's Bank - now a cooking school! IMG_0679 par davidivivid, sur Flickr Telegraph Building built in 1856 by architects Staveley & Dunlevie. Quebec had been linked to Montreal by telegraph since 1847. The coat of arms above the entrance is that of the Great North Western Telegraph Company, which had its headquarters here for some time. Telegraph Building par davidivivid, sur Flickr Headquarters of the Quebec Assurance Company, the first insurance company in Canada. Building built in 1821 and now the Auberge St-Pierre, an hotel. http://memoireduquebec.com/wiki/index.php?title=Qu%C3%A9bec_(municipalit%C3%A9_de_ville)._%C3%89difices_publics Quebec Insurance Building par davidivivid, sur Flickr Compagnie d'Assurances de Québec par davidivivid, sur Flickr Ancient headquarters of the National Bank of Canada, founded in Quebec City in 1859. The bank moved to this building in 1862. The National Bank fusionned with the Hochelaga Bank in 1924 and its headquarter was moved to Montreal. It is now a popular 4 stars boutique hotel: Le 71. Hôtel Le 71 par davidivivid, sur Flickr It is one of my favourite building in Quebec City. I love how sleek it is, especially considering it was built 150 years ago. Hôtel Le 71 par davidivivid, sur Flickr Ancient headquarters of the Union Bank of Canada (founded in Quebec City), built in 1865. Merged with the Royal Bank of Canada in 1925. It is now the Institut de l'Energie et de l'Environnement de la Francophonie. Institut de l'Energie et de l'Environnement de la Francophonie par davidivivid, sur Flickr Merchants Bank of Canada - 1868. Fusionned with the Bank of Montreal in 1922. IMG_0707 par davidivivid, sur Flickr Banque du Peuple - 1880. Went bankrupt in 1895. Rue St-Pierre par davidivivid, sur Flickr South side of St-Pierre street. Buildings in this area are on average 100 years older than on the North side of the street. http://www.mcq.org/place-royale/lieux.php?id=38#3 General store of Joseph Drapeau, built in 1782. On this site used to stand the first general store in North America (built in 1659 by the Gagnon brothers). Magasin Général Joseph Drapeau - 1782 par davidivivid, sur Flickr Park of the UNESCO, commemorating Quebec City's status as a World Heritage site. Parc de l'UNESCO par davidivivid, sur Flickr Parc de l'UNESCO par davidivivid, sur Flickr IMG_0726 par davidivivid, sur Flickr Rue St-Pierre Sud par davidivivid, sur Flickr Finally, the end of the South side of the St-Pierre street. You can see the name of the street on the bottom right of the picture. Rue St-Pierre par davidivivid, sur Flickr Here is part of the street around 1899, just a few years after the electric tramways were installed. However, because of its importance, public transport was accessible through this street as soon as 1865. http://tolkien2008.wordpress.com/2010/04/17/photographies-de-quebec-1886-1910-par-frederick-c-wurtele/ Allright, that's it. Hope you liked the ride! Santé
  10. MartinMtl

    Montréal la nuit

    Par mathotspot sur Flickr
  11. Jardins Windsor Architectes: DCYSM Fin de la construction:2007 Utilisation: Résidentiel Emplacement: Centre-ville, Montréal ? mètres - 12/21/21 étages Descriptions: - Complexe de trois tours et de 650 condominums. - Les tours seront reliées par le plus grand jardin privé du centre-ville, qui sera aménagé sur un stationnement à étage. - La fountaine ronde, au centre du jardin, deviendra une patinoire l'hiver. - Le projet est la continuité nord du complexe Terrasses Windsor, du même promoteur, True North Properties LTD. - True North Properties LTD possède aussi le terrain vacant à l'est des Jardins Windsor. - Les Terrasses et Jardins Windsor, ainsi que le terrain voisin sont sur le terrain où le nouveau stade des Expos était proposé au début des années 2000. Residential condos under construction by Malek Racho, on Flickr IMG_5290 by Malek Racho, on Flickr
  12. francely57

    Skyline de Vancouver!

    Pourquoi pas regarder un peu l'autre grande ville, qui est considérée par plusieurs comme étant la plus belle du Canada? Vue avec les Montagnes de keepitsurreal de flickr Vue sans les montagnes de Joel Freeman de flickr
  13. Et je déteste encore plus le Palais de justice. ************************ ************************ Source : guil3433 sur flickr
  14. I've really grown to appreciate this forum for giving me nice detaisl about all the projects going on in Montreal. Many people post pictures of the construction sites, plans and projects which is wonderful so I thought it would be an idea to create a Flickr group called Montreal Construction / Construction de Montréal to gather all these images and present them in one central location. So please feel free to join and add in yours if you wish. Thanks! J'aime ce forum pour nous donner de bons détails sur tous les projets en cours à Montréal. Ici, les gens souvent poster des photos de chantiers de construction, des plans et des projets qui est merveilleux. Je pensais que ce serait une idée de créer un groupe Flickr appelés Montreal Construction / Construction de Montréal à se rassembler toutes ces images et de les présenter dans un endroit central. Alors s'il vous plaît n'hésitez pas à rejoindre et ajouter dans la vôtre si vous le souhaitez. Merci!
  15. Bonsoir, J'ai créé un groupe sur flickr avec les photos aériennes de MTL qu'on y retrouve. http://www.flickr.com/groups/montrealfromsky/ C'est à voir, de très belles photos des membres !
  16. MTLskyline

    Weird Metro art (NSFW)

    From Flickr
  17. Analysis of Flickr photos could lead to online travel books Representative images for the top landmark in each of the top 20 North American cities. All parts of the figure, including images, textual labels and the map itself, were produced automatically from the researchers' geo-tagged photos. April 28th, 2009 By Paul Redfern Cornell scientists have downloaded and analyzed nearly 35 million Flickr photos taken by more than 300,000 photographers from around the globe, using a supercomputer at the Cornell Center for Advanced Computing (CAC). Their research, which was presented at the International World Wide Web Conference in Madrid, April 20-24, provides a new and practical way to automatically organize, label and summarize large-scale collections of digital images. The scalability of the method allows for mining information latent in very large sets of images, raising the intriguing possibility of an online travel guidebook that could automatically identify the best sites to visit on a vacation, as judged by the collective wisdom of the world's photographers. The research also generated statistics on the world's most photographed cities and landmarks, gleaned from the analysis of the multi-terabyte photo collection: • The top 25 most photographed cities in the Flickr data are (in order): New York City, London, San Francisco, Paris, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Rome, Amsterdam, Boston, Barcelona, San Diego, Berlin, Las Vegas, Florence, Toronto, Milan, Vancouver, Madrid, Venice, Philadelphia, Austin, Dublin, Portland. • The top seven most photographed landmarks are (in order): Eiffel Tower, Paris; Trafalgar Square, London; Tate Modern museum, London; Big Ben, London; Notre Dame, Paris; The Eye, London; the Empire State Building, New York City. Interestingly, the Apple Store in midtown Manhattan was the fifth-most photographed place in New York City -- and the 28th-most photographed place in the world. The researchers developed techniques to identify places that people find interesting to photograph, showing results for thousands of locations at both city and landmark scales. "We developed classification methods for characterizing these locations from visual, textual and temporal features," said Daniel Huttenlocher, the John P. and Rilla Neafsey Professor of Computing, Information Science and Business and Stephen H. Weiss fellow. "These methods reveal that both visual and temporal features improve the ability to estimate the location of a photo compared to using just textual tags." As the creation of digital data accelerates, said CAC director David Lifka, "supercomputers and high-performance storage systems will be essential in order to quickly store, archive, preserve and retrieve large-scale data collections." The research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and by funding from Google, Yahoo! and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The CAC is supported by Cornell, the NSF, the Department of Defense, the Department of Agriculture and members of its corporate program. http://www.cs.cornell.edu/~dph/paper...omap-www09.pdf .
  18. MTLskyline

    Flickr

    Quel sont vos comptes de Flickr? Je suis enregistré là comme mtlskyline, mais j'ai pas encore mis beaucoup de photos.