Vingt-cinq au Vieux-Québec

I spent a little time today doing some Lightroom cataloging of my images. I ran across this one from our 10,000 mile journey back in 2010. We LOVED Quebec City so we spent a lot of time walking the streets–and I took a lot of photos. Blue doors were not uncommon in the old part of the city. I’m not sure why the blue, but they looked cool.

Blue door in old Quebec City

Canon G11 on the streets in old Quebec City.

Spring has sprung in the North Bay

Along a stretch of Hwy 101 called the “Novato Narrows” the highway slims down to two lanes in either direction. Heading north along the Narrows drivers pass the Gnoss Field airport, Olompali Park (where the Grateful Dead once had a haunt), the Redwood Sanitary Landfill (aka, the dump), and eventually the Marin/Sonoma County line. About a mile from the county line, on the east side of the highway, is this view.

Typical North Bay Area early spring scene

Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 73mm. 1/200 second at f/11, ISO 100.

Canon T2i off the shoulder of Hwy 101 during the commute home.

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