Québec in pictures
Spotlight on earth, air, water and fire
Explore landscapes as seen through the eager lens of a passionate photographer. Yves Marcoux, who teaches photography and whose work has appeared in such well-known publications as National Geographic, collaborated with award-winning authors Aline Apostolska and Pierre Samson to create a true gem: Un Québec, quatre éléments. Presented in varying lights and changing seasons, Québec's vast territory has never been more inspiring. Discover it in this stunning 224 page masterpiece.
In Abitibi-Témiscamingue - sur la route avec Mathieu Dupuis, the eponymous photographer brings us on a journey into the heart of Québec's fourth largest region. Set against a majestic forest, the land's abundant natural resources inspired the artist's breathtaking photos.
Fresh country air
The Chaudière-Appalaches region met its match in talented photographer Claude Bouchard and writer Benoît Lacroix. Together, they published Par Monts et par Vaux, a 176 page tome that pays homage to the region's idyllic countryside, which sits on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River, across from the capital, Québec City.
A glimpse of the Great White North
Nunavik - Québec arctique is a refined work by the late Heiko Wittenborn, a German-born photographer who considered Québec home. With his expert eye, this champion of the North managed to capture the unabashed beauty of a still-wild region. The spectacular northern lights, delicate arctic flowers, genuine inukshuks, muskoxen roaming the tundra and all the other Nordic animals held no secrets for him.With insightful commentary by Lisa Koperqualuk and captions by Lucie Dumas, this stunning book reminds us of the talent of this master of light.