The town of Percé, Percé Rock and Isle Bonaventure look out on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Bonaventure Island at Perce, Quebec is home to seabirds and seals.
There are thousands of Gannets and they make their nests on ledges of the cliffs on the seaward side of the island.
On a drive out to the tip of the Gaspe Peninsula.
One of my favourite places to photograph is a trio of buildings beside Hwy 63 on the way to Temiskaming.
Nestled in the back of a large field and protected from the North winds by thick bush, they just look cozy and warm, even on the coldest, snowiest days.