Alpine Chamois, Alps

The Alpine chamois, whose pictures below are taken in the Swiss Alps, is the smallest species of the Caprinae (including bighorn sheep and ibex). From the Alps to Anatolia and Azerbaijan, through the Vosges, Jura,…

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.…

Urban Wildlife Montreal

How to photograph Wildlife when you live in the city? Well, look everywhere for it. Sometime you can be surprised. Here is some Urban Wildlife photography in Montreal, Canada. When I was living there, I…

Alpine Ibex, Switzerland

Here are my pictures of Alpine ibex, taken in Switzerland during hikes and various wildlife photography sessions. The Alpine ibex (Capra ibex), or simply ibex, is a species of mammals from the Bovidae family. There…

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…

Vivioures Castle, Herault, France

Viviourès Castle, also known as the Roquette Castle (Château de la Roquette) is located in the department of Herault, in the south of France. Built on the Hortus mountain, between the villages of Valflaunès and…

Urban Exploration – Movies, Documentaries, TV Series

If your are an urban photographer or an urban explorer, and are looking for some movies, documentaries or TV series about urban exploration, here is a list that I made. I didn’t watch all of…

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…

Abandoned Paper Recycling Plant of Montreal

The abandoned paper recycling plant of Montreal is located near the Lachine Canal, south part of Montreal island. Made of red bricks walls and wooden floors and structures, the old abandoned plant still contains lots…