Get off the track of the Red Bull Crashed Ice with Claudio Leggieri!
New Year Eve’s fireworks
The Ice Hotel is a sculpture in itself. One of my great pleasures is to move around with my 360° gear to capture the annual highlights.
On March 17, 2007, after major renovations at a cost of 23 million started in summer 2004, the Raoul-Jobin Concert Hall is inaugurated. The acoustics of the new hall is then considered, “almost perfect”. Sound insulation to the outside reduces ambient noise to background noise of 20 dB. Through the use of various acoustic techniques, the room allows optimal control (2.2 seconds or less) of the reverb without echo. Renovations however known their share of problems, with costs almost doubled compared to the budget, a fire and a series of lawsuits that have delayed the delivery of this great concert hall.
The Concert Hall is a high-definition panoramas. Zoom in to reveal great details.
The Dîner en Blanc™ is a great gathering of friends who meet once a year in a public place kept secret until the last moment, for dinner.
The Parc de la Chute-Montmorency Quebec is a tourist center situated on the outskirts of Quebec City and Boischatel, Canada.
In 2008, as part of celebrations of the 400th anniversary of Quebec City, the event took place on the Plains of Abraham, in downtown Quebec City and was attended by over 1,200 participants. Since then, the event has continued to grow, with more than 5,400 winter enthusiasts in 2015.
The view of Québec City from Terrace of Lévis is unique. The best times to photograph Quebec are the morning when the sun rises on the city and in the evening during a beautiful sunset.
These two images are very high definition allowing you to see fine detail of Quebec.