Parc National de la Mauricie 2015

In August of last year, Lori and I, made another visit to Parc national de la Mauricie, this time along with our friends Ron, Leigh Ann and their son Remi for a weekend of camping, hiking, relaxing and, of course, a visit to the always amazing Le Trou du Diable pub and restaurant (as always, a huge thank you to André, Isaac and the entire crew at Trou for an amazing experience!).

La Mauricie National Park offers seemingly endless opportunities for hiking, recreation and photography. I can't recommend enough a visit to this beautiful area of Quebec. Here are a few of my captures from those short days north of the border.

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There's a Storm on the Horizon

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I’m quite pleased with how this long panorama came out. Driving the backroads of Northeast Vermont and coming up over a rise on the Greensboro/Glover border, I was graced with this dramatic scene. Jay Peak in the far background, the wind turbines on the ridge and a chance break in the clouds while early evening mist settled into the valley. Right place, right time… so I took my time. I shot a few different moments of this, waiting to see what the light might do. 

What do you think?