Lila and Dylan | Quebec Family Photographer

It was a pretty ordinary day at the park and beach, but I know those are the moments I’d most like to remember once they’re grown.

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Lunch with the Belugas at Baie Sainte Marguerite, Québec

Baie Sainte Marguerite, located within Saguenay National Park, is an ideal location to observe belugas.

A Peek Inside one of Québec’s Cabanes à Sucre

Inside one of Québec’s sugar shacks.

Le Temps des Sucres – The Sugaring Season

It’s that time of year again in Québec – sugaring season! The nights are still freezing cold, but the days are warming up, little by little.

Rachelle and Julien’s Love Session in Lyon, France

I just love this love session! Rachelle and Julien are an adorable Franco-American couple living in Lyon. They were such good sports to indulge my suggestion that we try the session outside; it was freezing! But I think Lyon’s Parc de la Tête d’Or is such a gorgeous backdrop in any weather, and besides, what’s more romantic than snuggling up close to your chéri to keep warm?

The icing on the cake – Paris in the snow

Paris is a gorgeous city on a regular day, but add to it a fresh blanket of snow and it’s just like icing on a cake.

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Ice Fishing at Sainte Anne de la Pérade, Québec

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Hiking Québec: La Chouenne – Parc National des Grands Jardins

The way up this trail is just steep enough to make the way back down really fun. Add to that a mountain full of gorgeously light, fluffy powder and you’ve got yourself a perfect day.

Pond Hockey on Lac Beauport, Québec

Pond hockey was a new discovery for me, and in case it is for you too, it’s just what it sounds like – hockey played on a pond or other natural body of frozen water. Also, the rinks are smaller, the goals are lower and the players spend more time playing and less time fighting.