Who doesn’t like them?
They’re found just about everywhere and are so beautiful!
Here are some alluring curves I captured in hometown, Montreal and also in New York City.
This beautiful subway entrance, designed by French architect Hector Guimard, was a present the city of Paris offered to Montreal.
The current station is Square Victoria (Orange Line). Doesn’t it look great?
I love this sculpture found in Old Montreal. They are called “Les Chuchoteuses” (The Gossipers). It’s almost as if you’re right there with them and taking part in their conversation.
Pretty curvy ladies! I call them the 3 amigas
Montreal has so many great bakeries, but one of the best is Boulangerie Première Moisson at Jean-Talon Market.
As soon as you enter, you can smell the fresh and delicious baked goodies! They are like magnets and isn’t it just tempting? To hell with the diet 🙂
Of course, a sweet treat must be accompanied by a warm cup of coffee or a café au lait. It’s incredible how beautiful art can be created in a cup! The possibilities are endless.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York City is one of the most incredibly beautiful museums I’ve ever seen.
The curvy exterior is amazing and is a preview of what you will find inside!
This impressive bronze statue is located in front of the GE building, right in the middle of Rockefeller Center.
It holds the world in his strong, well-sculpted and curvy arms 🙂
So there you have the curves that have caught my eye.
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Til next time!