Here’s a scene from two days ago at the corner of Rue Fullum and Rue Masson in snowy Montréal. I only occasionally use heavily processed images on my photo blog, though I play around a lot with processing.
iPhone camera, while out and about on the daily walk.
Yesterday we got a lot of snow in Montréal. I took this image with my iPhone camera at about midday. The bikes were no doubt half buried by this morning.
iPhoning it in during a snow storm.
We had the first big snow of the season here in Montréal this past weekend, and I took a walk in my neighborhood park while it was coming down heavy.
iPhone camera in a snow storm.
The Saguenay Fjord is a marvel, but its shoreline is only accessible by car at a few places along its length. One place is Sainte-Rose-du-Nord. The photos in yesterday’s post were taken while looking back towards the village from the small pier at the end of the main road. The vantage of this shot is from the end of the pier looking out towards the fjord’s expanse.
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM.
Canon 5DM3 lazing on the pier at Sainte-Rose-du-Nord.
Cap-de-Bon-Désir, Québec in the fog.
Canon 5DM3 on the rocks at Cap-de-Bon-Désir.