All the same apples...GMO all american continent
Mile End in Montreal
Lotbinière 1 hour away from Quebec city
The Saint-Laurent river
Quebec city with its Gustav Eiffel bridge
On the road to Tadussa along the Saint-Laurent river passing thru Saint-Jean lac, Anse Saint-Jean
Don't track the whales. I was on a zodiac with other tourists and will never do it again. Its is awful for them and so tiring. They come up here and we bother them very much. From my point of view this business shouldn't be allowed
Back to Montreal riding a train thru the wildess landscape
This one month and a half had been posible because of the hospitality of several personn, i would like to than here.
Linda Harvey i met on the road. While bank were closed in Tadussac and i was shurt on cash, she had accepted to trade photographies of her bed and breakfast with me stayng one night. Thanks Linda. What a nice way to meet.
Then, we met again in personwith my good friend Benoit Labbé whom i know since 1998 and 2003 in British Columbia on the west coast on Galiano Island. Happy we have new memories together.
Most of all, i want to thank the wonderful and very good photographer Michel Gauthier, who's been staying at my place in France for 10 days and who welcomed me in his home and at his friends's home for an intense photography marathon.
For the first time in my life i had photos of me not totally hidden by a camera or a screan
His best friend named Luc Choquette welcomed me as well in his house for 10 days around Joncquière on the Saint-Laurent's river.
We've been photographing every single day for this periode. A very serious and interesting exercice.
Then, for the last part of this trip, i was back in Montreal at another photographer's place, named Federic Deschêne, also working at the main TV, Radio Canada. Thank Frederic for your hospitality and for those photographs you took of us and of me with your cat.
And because we were in the mood, here are some self portraits i've been doing then.