When I decided to go to this national park in Quebec, It was all driven by passion to capture one specific type of photograph. This was the first year this park is open to public in Winter season, which provided for really interesting photography opportunities.
I had 2 days there to capture a winter photography scene, there is a large valley here that the river Malbaie runs through it.
I usually would want to capture the grand vista of the valley with the frozen river. Yet with photography, you can't make a decision until I see with my own eyes what I see. I always thought I would have to travel somewhere further to capture clear black ice just floating beneath my feet.
It is always super windy here, so the snow never accumulates over the frozen river, which provided me with a chance to photograph these photographs.
When I was driving there, I had no idea what to expect, when I got there and I photographed these photographs, I was so happy and content.
What I was able to capture these textures in the Ice that symbolize for me the range of human emotions from Heart Break to Fury to Hope.
I couldn't be happier to have been able to witness these winter conditions in Quebec