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MORE QUEBEC SCENES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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The water is still high along the river. The winter thaw and runoff is a constant in Spring. This part of the province isn’t too badly effected this year although parts of the country are having a very hard time of it. This is about as close as we get to “swamp-like” conditions and like the other images from Hudson, Quebec I featured last week, I was struck by the tranquility of the scene.

16 thoughts on “MORE QUEBEC SCENES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Such an atmospheric photo and evocative in colour and in black and white. I really like both versions.

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  2. I very nice scene and good to see the trees producing some buds. Hopefully they like having wet feet.

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  3. Ouch ! Swamp with freezing cold water 😳. Nice captures

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  4. Lovely atmosphere! The B&W works really well.

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  5. Sweet shot! We live right on a river, the Iroquois River, and high water can be very beautiful (and, at times, intimidating); i’m glad we are on high ground! 🙂

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  6. In this case, the b/w is dramatic, but the colour photo emphasizes the water level more. Love this photo even though it’s bad news.

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