Quebec is wide and contains many natural parks, which undoubtedly reflect nature whatever it may have been during the centuries before the arrival of the whites. In this grandiose nature, I took to dreaming and photographing forms that nature could offer to the first inhabitants of the place. At this time, they were viewing sky, water, rocks, trees, animals like people and this is how I imagined myself to be in their tracks.

These photos were taken on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and Saguenay Fjord, in the Gaspé Peninsula and in the sumptuous park of the Bic.

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