On the journey into Quebec City from where we’re staying it’s impossible not to miss the plumes of steam (and smoke?) rising from a number of buildings, seemingly right in the middle of an urban area.
According to our guide the buildings contain a cigarette factory and a paper recycling plant. Up close one of the buildings looked like it was on fire as white steam/smoke escaped from dozens of chimneys on the roof and possibly at the side of the building.
In the foreground are parts of the old City Wall.
Architecture, Canada, Canon 40D, irishblogs, Night, Quebec, Sigma 10-20, Sky, smoke
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