I took a little walk at lunch on Friday. Here’s a few pictures of the old port in Montreal, on a rather dull (but mild -4 C) winter day.
Grain elevator #5
View down the quay
The Tugboat Daniel McAllister
The building where I work was built in 1835. It’s in the old industrial district down near the port, which is now known as the “multimedia district.” The main Autodesk office in Montreal is a few blocks over at 10 Duke.
Autodesk office at 90 Queen in Vieux Montreal
View around the corner
One year ago I was at Iguazu Falls in Argentina. A bit touristy, but still something to see.
It was 30+ degrees. Currently it is -17 Celcius here in Montreal (not that that is all that cold)
I walked by this sign on the way to work Friday morning. I didn’t see the other side.
Closer to work is the old Darling Foundry building, which houses an art center (that’s a metal sculpture on the roof).
Autodesk has the best coffee machines of anywhere I’ve worked.
I believe this machine is the original Discreet Logic expresso machine.
The cafeteria. The support team sits in the adjacent section, behind the glass doors.
I had lunch at the Cluny artbar in the Darling Foundry.
My Macbook Air. Got it for Christmas from my wife. I couldn’t have been more surprised and I love it.
The top-right picture shows the Macbook Air sitting on my work laptop.
View of downtown on the walk back to the train station.