One of the entry doors of Montreal’s Chinatown.
Second picture from some yachts in Tadoussac Bay in a misty morning in July 2010.
Picture from some yachts in Tadoussac Bay in a misty morning in July 2010.
Totem Pole in Tadoussac, originary from the Essipit community in Les Escoumins.
View of the Saguenay Fjord under the fog and the storm.
Red Deers in Saguenay Forest shotted in the road goin from Tadoussac to L’Anse-a-Roche.
View over L’Anse-a-Roche in a foggy day. Saguenay Fjord, Quebec, Canada.
Picture of an abandoned barn in the countryside, in the road towards L’Anse-de-Roche, near Tadoussac in the Saguenay Fjord.
Canyon Sainte-Anne is a spectacular gorge, carved by the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River, on Beaupré, Quebec, Canada. The river drops over a 74 m (243 ft) waterfall within the canyon.
View over the Montmorency Falls from the wood lookout in Quebec.
Frontegnac Castle from Terrace Dufferin in Quebec, Canada.
Amerindian Teepe in the Traditional Huron Site in Quebec, Canada.
Huron Totem Pole in Huron-Wendat Traditional Site.
Huron Chant to summon spirit allies (in french). Wendat-Huron Traditional Site, Quebec, Canada.
Wendake Crossroad with the names of some of the chiefs of the Hurons in Wyandot language and french.
Memorial plaque at Huron-Wendat Nation Square in Wendake, Quebec, Canada.
Frontegnac Castle at Dusk from the Dufferin terrace in Quebec
Sweet Tricycle in a Candy shop in the Vieux Quebec, rounded by dozens of other temptations.