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Cap Tourmante, Québec, Canada

Cap Tourmante, Québec, Canada

When I started Instagram in 2012, I only had an iPod Touch and a DSLR. Mixing both in my feed wasn't the perfect match and I soon knew that I needed to upgrade to an iPhone. My feed is #iPhoneOnly because it has become so easy to snap a perfect scene in seconds. The size and weight is a great advantage, but mainly because it's instant. With all those reasons combined, it pushed me to practice more and more each day and I had developed my own style of photography. — @Fleurde.lys

When I started Instagram in 2012, I only had an iPod Touch and a DSLR. Mixing both in my feed wasn't the perfect match and I soon knew that I needed to upgrade to an iPhone. My feed is #iPhoneOnly because it has become so easy to snap a perfect scene in seconds. The size and weight is a great advantage, but mainly because it's instant. With all those reasons combined, it pushed me to practice more and more each day and I had developed my own style of photography. — @Fleurde.lys

Montréal, sous l'autoroute Décarie

Montréal, sous l'autoroute Décarie

Fairmont Tremblant, Quebec: Surrounded by lakes, the Laurentian Mountains and hiking trails to explore, the Fairmont Tremblant is beautiful all year round; however it’s during snow season that the property comes into its own as a fairy-tale cool weather destination.

Fairmont Tremblant, Quebec: Surrounded by lakes, the Laurentian Mountains and hiking trails to explore, the Fairmont Tremblant is beautiful all year round; however it’s during snow season that the property comes into its own as a fairy-tale cool weather destination.

Located just outside of Quebec City, the fabled Hotel de Glace (Ice Hotel) has piqued curiosity and delighted visitors for over a decade. Every year, the hotel is redesigned and reconstructed each December for the new winter season and then closes and is taken down in April. It is built with metal frames and its own special mixture of snow.

Located just outside of Quebec City, the fabled Hotel de Glace (Ice Hotel) has piqued curiosity and delighted visitors for over a decade. Every year, the hotel is redesigned and reconstructed each December for the new winter season and then closes and is taken down in April. It is built with metal frames and its own special mixture of snow.

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