Montreal Photo Diary: Flower Power

I took so many photos in Montreal this weekend.  Between my Nikon, Fujifilm Insta, and iPhone, I think I have about 300 pictures!  Obviously I’m not going to post all of them, but I want to do a few posts about Montreal, because it is such a gorgeous and fun city; I definitely cannot condense this weekend into one post!

Every time I go to Montreal, I try to do new things and see as much of the city as possible.  One place that wasn’t new to me was the Jardin Botanique, Montreal’s botanical gardens.  I went there with my family when I was sixteen, and I knew that I wanted to go back on this trip!  The jardin is comprised of themed areas, each representing a different country or region’s flora and fauna.  It definitely looked different than it did when I was there on a summer trip, but it was a crisp fall day perfect for exploring!

DSC_0441The entrance to the Rose Garden.  There weren’t too many roses left; it is already so cold in Montreal.

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DSC_0448Elaina and her favorite flower, the red rose.

DSC_0453These cuties line the walkway to Jardin de Chine, the Chinese garden.

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DSC_0458Pretty sure Mulan’s got the same pagoda…

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I hope you guys enjoy all these pretty flowers as much as I did!  I keep fresh flowers in my apartment all year long to brighten up my days, especially in the dark winter months that have yet to come. 

XX, Gabrielle

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