For the past 4 years, my girlfriend and I shared a dream: we wanted to discover Canada, it's awe-inspiring landscapes, its dynamic and modern culture, its wildlife and incredibly nice people. So we saved, and saved, then saved some more, so we'd be able to take the trip we wanted, rent a car instead of being driven around in a bus, stay at hotels we picked based on our own set of criteria instead of just price, and fly comfortably across the ocean. We planned the whole thing ourselves, landing in Montreal then driving to Kingston, Toronto, Niagara, Ottawa, Quebec, Rivière-du-Loup, Shawinigan/Trois-Rivières, and finally back to Montreal for the flight home. It was everything we hoped it would be, and then some. Since this is a photographers' forum, I'll let the pictures do the talking. I was travelling with the following kit, for those who care: - 2 bodies: Olympus OM-D E-M5 (for the zooms) & E-P5 (for the primes) - 4 lenses: Pana 12-35mm f/2.8X (for 95% of my pictures), Oly 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 II (to shoot squirrels and whales), Pana 20mm f/1.7 (evening walks) and Samyang 7,5mm fisheye. All shots are hosted on Flickr, click the pic to get a 1600px preview. Let's start with some street shots: What stunned me most where the churchs we got the chance to see, especially in Montreal and Ottawa. I live in France and I visited Sicily as well, so I know a nice church or two, but those were really stunning. And of course, no trip to Canada would be complete without a few of those landscapes that country's famous for: Hope you enjoy those pictures. I'd like to get your feedback on those if you feel like it, please don't hesitate. Some other pics of this trip are on my Flickr (~30 in total) if you've got time to spare.