Abandoned Houses, Quebec, Eastern Townships

Exploring two abandoned houses in Quebec, and more specifically, in the Eastern Townships, here are some pictures of those places left almost in ruins. Urbex and rurex, very popular in Quebec, allow to immerse yourself,…

Abandoned Mansion, Quebec, Canada

An abandoned mansion located in the Eastern Townships, in Quebec, Canada, explored during a nice rurex photo session. This old house is still well preserved, despite some vandalism in some rooms, but not that much.…

Abandoned Factory Quebec, Saint-Hubert

On the south shore of Montreal (Quebec), in the old city of Saint Hubert (currently it’s a borough of Longueuil) is a abandoned factory. Apparently, the building was used to provide heating for the surrounding…

Abandoned House Quebec

Another abandoned house in Quebec province (Canada), and a good opportunity do some rurex and some urban photography. Driving across the Montérégie, we found this old house, almost invisible from the country road. Many trees…

Buddhist Temple, Tam Bào Son Monastery, Canada

Tam Bao Son Monastery was established in 1990 after that the construction of the shrine of Buddha was launched. It includes a Buddhist temple and many places and statues. Tam Bao Son Monastery was established…

Fall Foliage – Autumn Leaves Colors

Enjoy to photograph the Fall Foliage and the Autumn leaves colors during the Fall season. Trees are getting a colorful foliage during Autumn, and it’s a great moment to see it and to take pictures…

Gaspesie, Quebec – Road Trip in Canada

Hi photographers, globetrotters and road trip fans, Today, I am presenting you the Gaspesie region in Quebec, that I have explored during one of my road trip in Canada. I think it was the first…

Ste Clotilde De Horton Asylum, Quebec

The Ste Clotilde De Horton Asylum, in the province of Quebec (Canada), is formerly known as the Notre-Dame de la Chesnaie house. Built in 1939, the former asylum was owned by the Missionaries of the…

Belding Corticelli – Coaticook, Quebec

The story of the Belding Corticelli de Coaticook, Quebec, starts in 1883 when John Thornton and Edwin F. Tomkins bought a weaving loom from the Coaticook Cotton company. They started with a small company which…