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!
The entrance to the Rose Garden. There weren’t too many roses left; it is already so cold in Montreal.
Elaina and her favorite flower, the red rose.
These cuties line the walkway to Jardin de Chine, the Chinese garden.
Pretty sure Mulan’s got the same pagoda…
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.
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Love this and you, darling! Thanks for coming with me.