2020 Fred LeBlanc Photo Tour of Quebec City, Canada
Come join me on an international adventure photographing within Old Quebec City, Canada and more. This exciting four day excursion will take place Friday May 22 through Monday May 25, 2020 during which time you will experience travel photography at its best as you stroll along the charming streets of this historic city.
The province of Quebec is a country within a country with its own traditions, architecture, and language. Quebec City, perched on a cliff above the St. Lawrence River, is the first city founded in Canada and the seat of the Quebec government. A walk down the narrow cobblestoned streets of Quebec City is you stroll through history with 17th-century French architecture and city walls lined with cannons and is referred by some as the Paris of North America. Just remember to pack your walking shoes, as this compact town will have you walking up and down hills with amazing views guaranteed at every turn. During this photo tour we will spend some time at the basilica St Anne De Beaupre which features among other things 214 stained-glass windows. We will also photograph Montmorency Falls which plunges 276 feet farther than Niagara Falls by 99 feet. In addition, in order to experience First Nations culture in Canada, we will visit the village Wendake which will give us a glimpse of the Huron-Wendat nation rich culture.
Limit to: 8 Photographers
Four Days & Three Nights Photo Tour Fee $ 225.00
( does not include travel, hotel nor food )
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