C’est l’automne! / Fall is here!

C’est l’automne au Manitoba, et l’hiver semble même pointer le bout de son nez (on a atteint à plusieurs reprises le 0°C pendant la nuit à Winnipeg, tandis que d’autres lieux au Manitoba sont déjà passés dans les négatifs). Du coup, j’ai profité de quelques jours ensoleillés au cours des dernières semaines pour faire des photos de nature. Le but, évidemment, est de vous faire partager les paysages sublimes dans lesquels je vis! Profitez-en! (cliquer pour agrandir)

Fall is here! Winter seems to be around the corner (we got 0°C the past few nights in Winnipeg, meawhile other places in Manitoba were below 0°C). I took advantage of some sunny days to take pictures of the wonderful nature we have here. Enjoy! (Click to enlarge)

Au cours de mes pérégrinations, j’ai aussi été voir un barrage à environ 1h au nord-est de Winnipeg. Le Seven Sisters Dam (barrage des sept soeurs) a été construit entre 1929 et 1952. Il a une capacité de 165MW et produit en moyenne 990 millions de kWh. La chute d’eau, elle, est de 18.6 mètres! Bref, je vous laisse admirer. (cliquer pour agrandir)

I went to a dam, located around 1h drive northeast of Winnipeg. It was built between 1929 and 1952. Its capacity is 165MW, and its average annual generation is around 990 million kWh. The waterfall drop is 18.6m high. Anyway, take a look! (click to enlarge)

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    1. Thank you very much! I have to say that such a compliment coming from a professional photographer makes me happy 🙂

      I checked your blog few minutes ago, and I really liked it (maybe because I read 2 portraits of journalists and, of course, it touched me! Haha). You don’t have a Facebook page for your blog?

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