gallery: Photo a day color
Miscellaneous colors pictures.
gallery: La Beauce in color
La Beauce is on the south shore of Quebec City, around 30 minutes drive. This is a country place specific to the Province of Quebec. This is the heart of Quebec. My wife came from there.
gallery: Photo a day Black and White
gallery: La Beauce in black and white
gallery: My 100 best pictures
My 100 best shots I did since my beginning in photography since October 2003.
gallery: Portraits 2008
An update of different pictures of people I took and I will take
gallery: Montreal in colors
Those are pictures I took in Montreal at different times, all seasons long.
gallery: Montreal in Black&White
gallery: Quartier chinois
Picture I took in the Chinatown in Montreal. I used my Canon AE-1P, full automatic.
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gallery: Montreal Underground
Those are pictures taken in the Montreal Underground, the biggest one in the world. We can walk few hours before to see the end of it. A lot of stores, exotic restaurants, hotels, train station, etc... I used a Kodak Professional BW400CN and my Canon AE-1Program for the b&w and my wife's camera for the color ones, a Kodak Easyshare C330.
City under the City
To Montrealers, it goes by the name "the underground city" or simply "the underground". They're actually referring to the vast network of pedestrian walkways spread out below the city. To put a number on it, there are 30 kilometres of connecting areas, passageways and hubs beneath the downtown.
More than 500,000 people pass through the underground city every day, on their way to work, university or to scope out bargains at the over 1,700 boutiques and businesses. The many passageways also serve a more leisurely purpose; connecting certain métro stations, the underground provides access to about 40 theatres, cinemas and other entertainment venues, as well as restaurants, tourist attractions and museums.
The concept of underground commerce began in 1962, with the lower level shopping mall in Place Ville Marie, Montréal's first skyscraper. With the coming of Expo '67 to the city, Montréal's long-standing dream of a métro finally became a reality.
Following this, the underground went through multiple stages of development. Without a doubt, one of the more spectacular periods was the raising of Christ Church Cathedral on piles, in order to lay the foundations for a shopping centre underneath it.
As of March 2003, another series of passageways will extend the existing network to include a quadrant in the new Quartier international. A focus on arts and culture will be favoured over commercial activities, with display windows and alcoves presenting the richness of Montréal's museum collections.
Sheltered from the elements - winter's cold or summer's heat - Montrealers continue their busy lives and tourists take a break from theirs, underground.
(informations taken from Tourisme Montreal)
gallery: Rue St-Denis
Those are pictures of St-Denis St, in Montreal. I took them last Saturday morning, January 29th 2005, around 10:00 am. I use Fuji Superia Xtra 400 and my camera Canon T70. The temperature was around minus 10 deg C, not to bad!And more recently I used my Kodak Easyshare C330.
gallery: Le Vieux
Picture I took in the Old Montreal at different seasons. I used my Canon AE-1Program and my Canon T70. I uses for the films: Fuji Reala100, Superia Xtra400 and Superia 200.