Driving | Sherbrooke Street, Montreal.

When I’m driving alone I always have a camera dangling around my neck. The car offers a unique vantage point from which I could never shoot otherwise — the middle of a highway or a bridge or a major city street at rush hour. All of this while remaining mostly shielded from view, out of the rain, the heat, the cold… Did I mention the heat?

I had a meeting in Westmount for what is shaping up to be a very exciting project. It was scheduled for 9h00 AM which, even during summer, means morning traffic in Montreal. This is Sherbrooke Street*, coming and going; passing the time and releasing stress.

Have a great weekend.

* Except the last one: I think I'm on St-Denis.


shot with the X100S. Processed from raw in Lightroom 5.

Patrick La Roque

laROQUE, 311 Lorncliff, Otterburn Park, Canada