While driving to Québec City from Trois-Rivières, I stopped three times to take some photos.
1) A little beach on the south shore of the St. Lawrence near Bécancour.
I will identify it at the end of the post.
Stop 1 continued:
2) A field off a rural road:
3) The St. Lawrence west of Québec City at dusk and low tide:
The darkish back and white eye ring identify this as a Solitary Sandpiper.
Give the face of earth around and the road before me,
wealth I ask not hope nor love nor a friend to know me.
All I ask the heaven above, and the road below me. – Robert Louis Stevenson
Thanks! Lovely! Just did that route ourselves 2 weeks ago.
Keep going next time to the most beautiful scenery you’ll see. We went as far as Tadoussac again this time.
Lots of wildlife, whales, Group of 7 tributes, and jaw dropping views. Even some unusual wildlife in Baie St Paul ( home of Cirque de Soleil) thanks to some Unique clowns
Well, I got the “Sandpiper” part!
Beautiful pictures. Thanks, Miles!
the way you capture all the gorgeous birds is amazing…..they seem to pose for you,very nice,all of it,many thanks Miles for keeping us in the loop…..