Over the holidays, we've been fortunate enough to explore areas of Quebec, which we normally wouldn't venture, and it's been a great experience thus far. There is an small town on the south shore just east of Montréal called Boucherville, which has an impressive number of older victorian'esque style houses and small streets. There is a coffee shop/bistro/boutique in a small square called Saint Laurent Café Boutique which houses a small, cozy yet very spacious space with high ceilings and a wood burning fire place. I left the house with a dead camera battery which wasn't the best but managed to fire of some shots before it died.
At the first of October, we had the opportunity to head over to Brooklyn, New York to photograph a wedding in Bay Ridge during Hurricane Joaquin. It was a pretty crazy weekend overall weather wise. We tried our best but attempting to check out Brooklyn, Manhattan and some touristy things proved to be difficult and ended up with a lot of wet clothes and the chills. The trip was still enjoyable though. Here's a bunch of images below. Some of the places below are as follows.
-Kings County Imperial Restaurant in Williamsburg
-Buvette French Brunch Restaurant in the West Village
-Grand Central Station
-New York City Library