After a week in Quebec and Nova Scotia, it's fun to play with some fresh photos. As usual, industrial stuff and machinery lend themselves well to the HDR treatment, so that's where we start. From the top, a big view of the Viterra agri-products facility along the St. Lawrence River outside Montreal and then a closer view of two cranes you can see in the long shot. Then two shots of the Jacques Cartier bridge, opened in 1930, connecting Ile de Montreal to the shore. The bottom photo is looking up from underneath.
Tomorrow CS&W will have a little story about Halifax, Nova Scotia.