Muuuh Wildlife Photography

Autumn in Park Pointe aux Prairies

Park Pointe aux Prairies

What I call Park Pointe aux Prairies consists of three sections. There is the largest area, the middle section with ponds and forests and the Chalet de l’Heritage. Then the eastern section connecting the middle area with the river on the east. Finally the western part on the other side of the highway, connecting to the river on the west.

How to Get Here

To visit middle and east section, I take metro line green up to the end station Honore-Beaugrand and then bus line 186, a trip of about an hour. In summer, the western part is not accessible from the other sections and no public transport available. I take the bike and drive along the river on the left. In winter, all three sections are connected. It takes a long walk, though.

Park Pointe aux Pariries

Park Pointe aux Pariries

June 07, 2020

iPhone 11 Pro; iPhone 11 Pro back triple camera 1.54mm f/2.4; Focal Length 4mm; Exposure 1/3984; Aperture f1.8; Iso 32;



March 22, 2016

XT1058; Mobile; Focal Length 4mm; Exposure 1/4800; Aperture f2.4; Iso 160;

Rolling Hills at Pointe aux Prairies

Rolling Hills at Pointe aux Prairies

Actually, these are hills along the golf course covered with snow at this time of the year.

January 25, 2015

Canon PowerShot SX50 HS; 4.3-215.0 mm; Focal Length 33mm; Exposure 1/400; Aperture f5.6; Iso 80;