Quebec from the air
Thanks to the book "Le Québec vu d'en haut", you will discover the most spectacular flight of aerial images ever taken of Quebec! (Inside also in English)
The only bridge to join the opposite banks of the St. Lawrence river between Quebec City and Montreal.De la Concorde Bridge | Mercier Bridge | Laviolette Bridge | Duplessis Bridge
On which bay is located the borough of La Baie, today part of the city of Saguenay?Deception Bay | Baie Pénicouane | Bay of Chaleur | Baie des Ha! Ha!
Where was General de Gaulle when he proffered his famous "Vive le Québec libre!" in 1967?At the Expo 67 site | On the tarmac at Dorval Airport | On the balcony of Montreal City Hall | On the esplanade of the Quebec parliament
This unusual tourist attraction reflects the gold rush that occurred in Abitibi in the 1920s.Galerie d'Abitibi | The Malartic Mineralogical Museum | The City of Gold | The Rift
This island is part of the Magdalen Islands archipelago.Green Island | Havre aux Maisons Island | Bonaventure Island | Cape Breton Island
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Quebec from the air
This book, of unequalled quality, is the first of its kind to cover the whole of Québec, presenting a series of stunning photographs taken from aboard a plane or using a drone.
For over 25 years, aviator and photographer Mario Faubert has flown over Québec in all directions, and in all seasons, to capture its splendours as seen from above. In this book published by Éditions Sylvain Harvey, he presents a paean to Québec, reminding us all that this magnificent but fragile territory must be protected.
As an airline pilot, Mario Faubert was deeply touched by the beauty of the landscapes he saw from above. After deciding to become an aerial photographer, he travelled the planet in search of striking images, working in particular with the team led by Yann Arthus- Bertrand for La Terre vue du ciel. Thanks to his unusual expertise as both a plane and drone pilot, he was able to take some entrancing pictures.