It’s Friday and I’m beat, so anything goes…. Here’s a shot I took during our 10,000 Mile trip of a mixed modern/old view of Quebec City. The structure with the aged copper roof is the Service Canada which is just across the street from the Gare du Palais (a VERY nice train station where we whiled away quite a few hours).
There’s very little processing on the image, though I did crop a bit to tighten the frame.
Canon G11 overlooking a fave North American city.
I pulled this image out of my 10,000 Miles hopper. It was taken with my G11 while walking around the all but deserted Halifax Citadel on a chilly, overcast afternoon last November. I’m not sure what was originally stored within the locked doors at the bottom of these stairs, but not knowing adds mystery to the scene.
Canon G11 looking deeper into the opposite side of the continent.
I dipped back into the 10,000 miles folders for today’s shot. This is an intimate street scene in Vieux-Québec. The primary colors are true to the original image.
Canon G11 out in the world gathering pixels.
What’s he building in there? (Tom Waits) Pulled from my 10,000 mile collection of photos, this is a shot I took from a stopped train somewhere in New Brunswick–though it could be from anywhere. I must be missing Canada.
Canon G11 blast from the past.
Enjoying a lazy Saturday around the homestead so I’m posting something from the 10,000 mile trip. These guys are Amtrak workers. The guy on the left worked the dining car and was a card! The guy on the right I didn’t recognize, but he was having an animated phone conversation. I grabbed this shot during the stop in Portland, Oregon at the beginning of the trip.
Canon G11 stealthing at a train stop.