Near home at Mont Tremblant with the mosquitoes

Kim Henry - 10 Aug 2015

We didn't have much time there, squeezing this destination in our crazy schedule. The first night, we were on the wrong side of the lake for the sunset. The second night, we changed location but it was raining most of the day and it was very cloudy, so we couldn't see the sun at all while it was setting. That's how we accidentally met the bluehour for the second time.

While Eric was amazed by the visuals that were coming from the camera, the only thing I could focus on was my inner battle between the urge of moving in order to chase the mosquitos and the need to stay still in order to get good pictures. It was the kind of moment when you realize that time is a relative concept. One second of stillness seemed very long... But in the end, it was worth the inner frustration. When we look at these images, we're glad we fighted the discomfort.