Photographer's Note

CHAMBLY Canal is part of Canada's network of historic canals. It is one of a series of canals linking MONTREAL to NEW YORK City via the RICHELIEU River, Lake CHAMPLAIN, and the HUDSON River.
Together with the Saint-Ours Canal, it commemorates the RICHELIEU's role in 19th and 20th century trade.

CHAMPLAIN Canal is different in many ways. Its lockkeepers and bridge tenders still operate eight of the nine locks in the only one of its kind in the province of QUEBEC. The CHAMBLY towpath, once used by horses to pull barges, is one of the best preserved in Canada. Each year, 150,000 pleasure boaters and visitors enjoy this exceptional site.

On my pic which has just a year, SAINT-JEAN-RICHELIEU's lock who already started to freeze.

Date: 04.12.2005 22:34:53
Diaphragme: f 2,8
Vitesse: 1/100 s
ISO: 64
EV: ±0,00 EV
Focale: 38 mm KB (6,3 mm Real)
Taille: 2288 x 1712 Pixel
Résolution: 72 x 72 dpi
Compression: 5,0:1
Qualité JPG: HQ
Balance des blancs: Auto
Mode d’exposition: auto
Prises de vues: photo de nuit
Contraste: Normal
Saturation: Normal
Netteté: Normal
Mode de prise de vue: Normal

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