La Grande Roue de Montréal

I absolutely love night time photography. To me, it brings a whole new outlook to the cities and places we know. Whilst traveling, I always try to wander around the city after dark as long as it is safe to do so.

On this particular occasion, I joined a group of local photographers to do some night time shooting around the Old Port on Montreal.

Here are members of the group setting up their tripods in order to capture the motion of the Ferris wheel across the water.

Some of the buildings are beautifully lit up.

The bridge leading to the Ferris is always a bit busy but by slowing the the shutter and taking a long exposure shot, we can either eliminate any trace of passers by or in this case, give them ghostly figures.

The autumn colors were just perfect that night.


I spent my childhood in the middle of the Indian Ocean on an island called Mahé. Today, Montreal is where I call home. I'm a hobbyist photographer who likes to document my travels. I hope this helps inspire your next adventure.

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