Montreal is full of rooftops just begging to be explored. They're not always easy to get to, but the effort really is worth it. Once you get a few hundred feet in the air everything changes. Being that high up simply offers a perspective on things that most people never get to see. And being able to take photographs from such fun and interesting angles is why I love rooftop photography.

Here are some images from a recent photoshoot. The building I used was in Griffintown, which is the name given to the southwestern downtown part of Montreal, Quebec. 

Let me know in the comments section below which landscape/cityscape photograph is your favourite. I love photo number 3 which shows off arguably the most viewed historical landmark in Montreal, the Farine Five Roses sign, which has been greeting visitors to the city since 1948.