It’s been a while!
Already a quarter in Montreal. The time is running out…
What happened then since june? Lot of things!
Montreal is living very fast during summertime. The city goes from festival to festival. The Francofolies de Montréal in june, followed by the Festival International de Jazz, then the Festival International Nuits d’Afrique, the International des Feux (International Fireworks Completition)… which end by the end of july.
Une petite plage
Yeap, there are the beaches on the Saint Laurent. The river is of exceptional quality, which allows you to rest at the water’s edge, enjoy the sun, make some sand castles and be beaten at beach volley.
A week-end in Charlevoix
Downstream on the Saint Laurent (at the north-east of Quebec City), Charlevoix is truly special region, of islands and coastal cities, of mountains and lakes. Very charming, a lot of beauty to see, of walkings to do, of areas to visit.
Really need to go back there. Charlevoix is a region that must be beautiful in all seasons. Nice and sunny in summer, beautifully colored in autumn, under the snow during winter…
Roads go out of sight in the Parc des Grands-Jardins, one of the core areas of the World Biosphere Reserve of Charlevoix (UNESCO).
One last point that has developed since arriving in Montreal, photography. With fabulous contacts (thank you again), I now have a small network that develops slowly (or almost). Assistant to the professional photographer Damian Siqueiros, I now have a few contracts to cover certain events, including the Gay Pride (for Têtu)… More coming soon. You can follow my Twitter for the latest news.
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See you soon!