14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
In front of snowy mountains
Later in the spring, I sometimes take the road to the east of Quebec coast line. The road is always beautiful because it runs along the St. Lawrence River. At that time of the year, in late April, the snow disappeared from the nearby river. It only remains here and there, a little ice dispersed in the fields. At half way, a small village named Cap-Chat stands beneath of the foothills of the Gaspé plateau. This plateau is the one we see on my photography. Right, Mount Logan still dressed in white.
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||Sept. 27, 2016, 12:41 p.m.