An Amazing Instagram Account That Induces A Strong Fear Of Heights

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An Amazing Instagram Account That Induces A Strong Fear Of Heights

Nois7, also known as Photographer Robert Jahns, brings to life photos of death-defying scenes that will have you sitting on the edge of your seat.

With the magic of Photoshop, Jahns takes seemingly ordinary, everyday pictures of city skylines and urban landscapes and imbues them with a sense of dare devilish danger.

His photos depict cyclists and skateboarders in acrobatic stunts above railway tracks and buildings, a roller coaster plunging off a mountain, a tight-rope walker balancing over a cityscape, and a giant water slide careening around skyscrapers. Truly awe-inspiring photos!

Check out some more visually arresting photos below and follow Jahns on Instagram for more.

You know summer in Montreal has officially begun now that Piknic Électronik is back in action. Saturday, July 3 marked its first day of 2021 and it seemed to be quite a hit with Montrealers.

Here's what the day looked like, courtesy of the venue's Instagram stories.

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In a close Game 6 against the Las Vegas Golden Knights on June 24, the Montreal Canadiens secured their spot in the Stanley Cup final for the first time in 28 years, winning a 3-2 overtime game to win the series.

In what could only be described as a fated win — with the game happening on home ice on Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, during 2021's last strawberry moon — thousands of Montrealers who crowded L'Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal in the celebration were scattered by Montreal police

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17 Just Really Fun Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend

The city is FINALLY coming back to life!

How was your week, Montreal? Busy? Ours, too, filled with catching up on the things we love like drinks on terrasses, picnics in the park and spending time with friends.

Luckily, the weekend is here to bring us even more of what we love. Here are 17 things to do in Montreal (plus two bonus day trip ideas).

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Meet The Guy Who Makes Post-Apocalyptic Models Of Montreal Landmarks (PHOTOS)

Ever wondered what La Banquise or Club Super Sexe would look like when the world ends?

If you've ever wondered what certain Montreal landmarks would look like in a post-apocalyptic world, then you'll want to check out Tay Baranec's account on Instagram, where he goes by the handle @apocalypse_montreal.

The 39-year-old Montrealer told MTL Blog he started making models a couple of years ago, but he had more time to spend on the project when the pandemic hit and he lost his job as a cook. 

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