In Quebec autumns, one after another, are very similar. Every year at the end of the summer the days become less and less sunny and the temperatures alternate between freshness and heat. Gradually the trees are transforming and then put on their best outfits. In the streets, parks, forests, you can see the same phenomenon, and above all the same dominant color: a prominent red. That of the maple.
Last year I was a little bit left hungry compared to what I had glimpsed from fall in Quebec. That is why this year I wanted to go a little further in my quest of colorful landscapes. So in this perspective I somehow improvised myself as an autumn colors hunter, going from a place to another: Quebec City and its surroundings, Montreal, Tadoussac, Lac Saint-Jean etc. Each place has its charm, its particularity. At the end no matter where I am, my eyes, meanwhile, are still amazed.