The past 4 months have been chock full of new experiences for us as we have been learning just what a real winter is like. Now with the season nearing its end (hopefully!), I think I can safely say that we have survived our first Québec winter. The rest of the year should be a piece of cake, weather-wise, and I’m looking forward to seeing Québec in a color other than white. Out of all the new things we’ve tried… Read more »
Ice climbing on Montmorency Falls in Québec City.
The dog sled race was one of the first events to kick off the carnival this year, and it did not disappoint.
Ice canoeing – Québec City’s own extreme sport
This past weekend I had the opportunity to photograph La Bruxelloise De Brusselse, a women’s running race here in Brussels. Sunday was the second edition of the race, and despite terrible weather, there was a huge turnout.
I’ve been watching cycling from the wrong seats all this time. After our incredible day as special guests of the Tour de France, I will never again see cycling as anything but thrilling.
Now that the Tour is in its final week, the first stage of the race seems like ages ago.
He’s the one everyone wants to see (love him or hate him), the one journalists are obligated to interview and the one who is most often photographed.
It was a sweaty sea of oranje, with claustrophobia-inducing crowds and noisy vuvuzelas and air horns threatening temporary hearing loss.