My view at the top This is my first bike ride to the mountain just at the center of Montreal city. It is called Mount Royal. Very popular tourist attraction. I'm trying to do this ride each weekend. This is an 18 km ride back and forth from my home. I love this place. This... Continue Reading →
This photo was taken on the day after my first official 10 km run in Ottawa, Canada. This was my first time in Ottawa while tulips are flourishing. The building behind is our parliament. This photo was taken with my old iPhone 7 in RAW mode with Lightroom builtin camera. A bit of processing was... Continue Reading →
Untouched photo taken with my iPhone 7 during a walk. It came to me that spring is finally coming. Timidly. This past winter was hard on us. Spring showing signs of life is refreshing. I like the time of the year where leafs are light green, new, young.
This was a few while ago, just before leaving for our vacation in Cancun, Mexico. Winter didn't want to give up easily. I was having my daily walk at night and then this frozen tree caught my attention. This is where I decided to freeze the moment.
Surveillance state is what comes to my mind at the time of the photo. I was standing there in the middle of the metro station. Looking up and seeing this kind of big eye looking at me, I had this idea. I chose to oppose this by pointing my own camera to this dangling thing.... Continue Reading →
Here is my newest addition to my photo legend series. They were all waiting for the train. Looking at something. I was fascinated by this lonely guy reading a newspaper. We don't see that often these days. It is not always easy to get the right pictures with a lot of humans. I took about... Continue Reading →
During a recent urbex session with friends we were exploring an abandoned church. In one of the room in the priest's house next to the church, there was this table right in the middle of the place with lots of left overs. It was clear to me that this place was frequently visited by people... Continue Reading →
Last week-end I did a photo walk down town Montreal, inside the metro station network. We had three stations to visit and three themes: shadows, slowness and architecture. This one fits the shadow theme. They aren't always obvious like people shadows would be but I thought the contrast with the illuminated ad was interesting.
Two weeks ago I went for a photo session in the Montreal's underground metro. I was responding to an invite from Unsplash for a photo walk. While entering the station, looking at my phone, the problem was that it was scheduled two weeks later. I didn't look carefully enough the date in the email invite.... Continue Reading →