The Quebec City Hall has a wonderful “dancing” water fountain which, while nice by day, should not to missed at night. Girls in the Fountain are running as the Shapes of Water and shades of blue create an eerie scene. The dazzling patterns of light are wonderful and the ever changing colors make for a beautiful light show.
This garden square is a great location to relax after you’ve walked around the City. There are tables and chairs to picnic or simply enjoy the uncrowded atmosphere.
I must admit that Quebec is not the most cosmopolitan city in the world. In the old walled portion of the City, one mainly encounters tourists. While I was able to capture a few nice images, it is not a premire location for Street Photography. Nevertheless, I would highly recommend visiting the City as well as planning a road trip up the St Lawrence River to the tiny town of Tadoussac. This is a fantastic destination to whale watch and visit the Saquenay Fjord.
This is an example of David Kalb’s street photography. For David, street photography is like a people safari; traveling the world hoping to capture the “decisive moment”. With camera in hand, Kalb always keeps his eyes open for an unusual subject, poignant situation or humorous action.