The friends gathered in the morning. The girls had brought fruit and caringly arranged it into a small sensual masterpiece. Its mere sight broke through the haze of a grey November day like tree roots through concrete.
A Touch of Nature.
In a dignified old building in the heart of Montréal’s Old Port, a table is set up with fruit and vegetables. Its colours bring life to the room long before the first guests arrive: apples, leaves, pumpkins, bananas, lemons. With all the technology and urban worlds they’ve created, humans retain that sense of natural beauty, that desire to create colour, a hint of the great outdoors, to bring it into the labyrinths of the cities.
Soon, the wedding will begin.