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Life Amongst the Quebecois

After quite a bit of struggle with the relaunch, I am happy to say that we are finally back up and running. Thanks for sticking with me! It’s been a long haul, but I’ve finally re-established my brand new site.

For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Jen. I am a photographer from Quebec, though most of my photographs you will find are from all around the world. You see, I live for travel. My photography follows me everywhere I go (as long as my cameras are working!) and captures all of the important moments that I encounter along the way.

I was born in Buffalo, NY, but my parents relocated to the Quebec area when I was six years old. We have since learned quite a bit of French (or Quebecois, as they’ve adapted it here!), but I’ve always been most comfortable with the English language. I guess that’s just what I’ve grown up on. Don’t worry, for all those born and raised in Quebec, I assure you that I comprendre le français de base and I can completely fit in with the local conversation.

Since we’re on the topic of Quebec, I figure I should share a photograph or two of my beloved home city. It’s such a beautiful place full of architectural prowess that would impress even the most astute of travelers.


The city is full of beauty – from the internationally renowned Chateau Frontenac, to the beautiful Saint Lawrence river, the old city of Quebec really has quite a bit to offer to both tourists and residents alike. Of course, when in Quebec, you really shouldn’t stray too far from the gastronomic scene! Quebec has some of the best restaurants – certainly in the area – but some would argue in North America. Here is a shot froma recent dinner with my family at one of the most classical restaurants in old Quebec City – La Continental:

Gorgeous, isn’t it? If you’re willing to pay the price, the experience you’ll get from this restaurant is one of the best in the world. I’m so glad to call a city that houses this experience my home. By the way, yes, the cherry dessert was magnificent.

Enough ranting and raving for now – long story short, I’m happy to have a place to call home on the internet once again. Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to read through all that I have to say. I can be a handful 🙂

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To your continued happiness,