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Taking a look at the Chateau Frontenac from different angles. While the landscape remains the same, because of the passing time the reflection of the building differ.

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It is early evening but night is approaching.

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Quebec City

The sky is changing and nightfall in now much closer.

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People are still unhurried as the night approaches.

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As time passes a new day returns. Blue skies above and blue waters below. The perfect day for accomplishing unfinished tasks.

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But darkness will come once again.

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And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it. John 1:5 NKJV

 

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4 Replies to “Quebec City #7”

  1. Beautiful pictures Leola. Many years ago I went to Quebec and the two things I remember are the many hills and narrow walkways/cobblestones.

    1. Yes, you’re so right. When you think that you’ve arrive where you want to be, there is yet another level for you to traverse—-kind of like the Christian experience.

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