Last night I processed a few of my pictures. It’s hard though, when it’s so hot your brain is almost boiling. These murals in Quebec City’s old town, are very popular to take photos of. I was no exception. There are others, on St. Joseph Street, but I didn’t go there; too far. What I should have had was a PLAN. I just wandered, almost aimlessly. Also, I tend to forget that I’m now sixty years of age and not at all as fit as I was thirty years ago. The one thing I did right though: I wore comfortable shoes! 🙂 Anyway, I stuck to this area called ‘lower town’.
They’re quite spectacular, these murals, so filled of historical detail, if you know anything about that. They were setting up loud-speakers for some musical event there, so it was difficult to get a clear shot.
After this, I just walked around, elbow to elbow with all the tourists in the excessive heat. There was a small cruise ship in, the Masdaam, and I can only imagine what it would have been like if it had been one of the really big ones.
There’s an endless number of cute little streets so I just kept shooting.