Untapped Cities: Quirky buildings of the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal

In my latest post for Untapped Cities, I published a second installment of my series on Montreal’s quirky buildings. The first one covered the structures built for the famous Expo 67 (1967 World fair). This time around I decided to present two very peculiar buildings that were constructed for another big event in Montreal’s history: the 1976 Summer Olympics. Check out the article here.

And here are three photos that I didn’t publish with the original text. Please bear with me, I’m experimenting with different Photoshop effects and learning slowly so I may have gone overboard on the gradients and color adjustments.

olympic village photo

Olympic stadium gradient photo

Stade Olympique photo artistique

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2 thoughts on “Untapped Cities: Quirky buildings of the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal

  1. betunada

    ah, the me(s)moreez: berleave it or not, i watched (on t.v., too bad i wasn’t really there) those olympix. thanx: your pixures bring back that time …

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