July 19, 2016

14 Photos of North America From a Frenchman

It's not often that I get to see North America through the lens of a French friend. This time around it was actually one of the students I had tutored at the Paris engineering university.

Since I am currently in the middle of my California summer trip, I thought it only fitting to showcase this side of the world with better photos than I could ever take (I blame it on the camera).

Léonard from Grenoble chose to do his study abroad semester in Quebec. When we saw each other at school in May, he mentioned he had taken a lot of photos during his trip. I didn't necessarily have high or low expectations when I clicked his Flickr link, but, when I did, I was blown away!

I don't normally feature guest posts (my husband's do not count!), but I found the selection and quality of Léonard's photos to be very interesting and he made me see North America in a new way.  I hope his pictures take you on a miniature journey of the USA and Canada through the eyes of a Frenchman!

For the rest of Léonard's photos, you can visit his Flickr album.

Chicago, Illinois

Parc Jacques Cartier, Quebec

Tadoussac, Quebec

Chicago, Illinois

Montreal, Quebec

Windsor, Ontario

Laval University, Quebec

Tadoussac, Quebec

Quebec City, Quebec

Niagara Falls, Quebec

Windsor, Ontario

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

Tadoussac, Quebec

This beautiful photo gallery (see all of Léonard's photos here) is linked up with City Tripping and Wanderful Wednesday.

Have you seen any of these views on your North American travels? They were all new to me, but I will get to spend a day in Chicago on my way back to Germany at the end of July! 

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