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For the second year I had the opportunity to help support the Quebec Ride to Conquer Cancer. This ride runs from Montreal to Quebec City where 1800 riders banded together and raised $6.4 million dollars towards cancer research and treatment. Better known in beautiful Quebec as “Cyclo-défi Enbridge contre le cancer” this is another amazing event! I am proud to have been able to offer tech support on this and many other Ride to conquer Cancer events over the past 5 years. Next up is Alberta on August 10-11th.
Here are a jumble of photos from the ride!
I will be honest. I have some time off coming up to the Christmas Season and have had a bit of time on my hands. This free time makes room for mountain biking, hiking, procrastinating and camera bafoonery. I went for a walk and brought my camera with me today. My goal was nothing more to capture contrast and texture. To emphasise the goal I processed the images into B&W.
Somehow this spider managed to catch a wasp… without actually having a web? That is a pretty awesome spider if you ask me. That is like catching a fish with a line but no hook! Besides that though, I thought it made a pretty sweet photo. I particularly like the vibrance and depth of field between the flower and the greenery in the background