Francis Vachon Photographe

July 31, 2007

Equestrian competition at the Bromont Olympic Horse Park, week 2

Final week-end of competition 2007 edition of International Bromont at the Bromont Olympic Horse Park.

Equestrian competition at the Bromont Olympic Horse Park, week 2Photo Francis Vachon for Proaction Photo

Equestrian competition at the Bromont Olympic Horse Park, week 2Photo Francis Vachon for Proaction Photo

Hubert and Isabelle wedding

Like I previously said, I recently did my first wedding. It was the one of my best buddy’s so it was especially fun.

Here are some shots.

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

Hubert  and Isabelle  wedding

July 30, 2007

Salute to the troop

Military coming backVal Bélair, July 29, 2007 – Citizens salute the first contingent of about 85 Valcartier soldiers from Afghanistan in a bus on Pie XI Blvd in Val Bélair, north of Quebec City Sunday July 29 2007. To underline the homecoming, a convoy of police and light armored vehicles escorted busses on their way back between Jean Lesage International Airport and Valcartier. Photo Francis Vachon for The Montreal Gazette
Technical: Canon EOS 1d Mark II, 1/250 at f13 with a 16-35 at 21mm – ISO 200 + fill flash

July 29, 2007

Funny photographers pictures

Funny photographers pictures

July 25, 2007

Iraq: news in transition

Iraq: news in transition audioslide

Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Rick Loomis has covered the Iraq war for the Los Angeles Times. His outstanding series on “The Siege of Fallouja” and his heartbreaking multimedia report on wounded soldiers in “The Lifeline” have pushed the boundaries of mainstream journalism. Loomis generously agreed to open his photo files to us and recounted his life-changing experiences from his four years of deployment in Iraq.

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