After a break of a couple of weeks while I went photographing in (very cold!) Saskatchewan, I'm back with the rest of the images from my wonderful December trip to Québec.
I don't often compose in wide panos (this one is 3:1), nor do I do much black and white work anymore, but this scene seemed to call for both. On this day, and for a few days afterwards, big patches of fog developed that made the winter landscape even more silent and magical than usual.
Chaudière-Appalaches (Beauce), Québec, Canada.
I wrote a blog post about my December 2022 photographic trip to the rural areas of Chaudière-Appalaches (Beauce) and Bas-Saint-Laurent, south and east of Québec City. If you'd like to see some behind the scene shots, video and read some stories about how I shot these images, take a look.
If you'd like to see the rest of the images from this trip, take a look at my Québec album and if you'd like to see the series within the series - the croix de chemin - there's an album for them, as well.