Peg Lariviere Photography window on the bruce and beyond

Gallery II Iroquois Falls and area

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iroquois falls; my town, notre ville

iroquois falls; my town, notre ville

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Open Edition print of original photography by Peg Lariviere window on the bruce and beyond Photography.

  • Unframed 12"x18" print on 13"x19" Hahnemuhle Photo Silk Baryta digital photo paper 310gsm (Shipped in a mailing tube)

  • Framed 12"x18" print on Hahnemuhle Photo Silk Baryta digital photo paper 310gsm, 3" mat all around, 1.25" blk wood frame, 1mm plexi glazing. Finished size 20.5"x26.5".

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Iroquois Falls came to be in 1912...  Montrock and Ansonville, two small hamlets, sprung up adjacent to the main townsite.  They became part of Iroquois Falls in 1979.  When the Province of Ontario mandated amalgamation the hamlets of Monteith, Porquis Junction and Nellie Lake became part of Iroquois Falls.

The print depicts a varied life here in the north.  Farming, fishing, snow machining, and a paper mill which began it all.

view from montrock; across the fields to the farm
the water tower
within the water tower is the Porquis Recreation Centre and the Porquis Agricultural Hall
snow machines 
the trestle - the towns connection to our recreational playland and spanning the great Abitibi River
the shay - a workhorse to bring the wood from the bush to the mill
the crane - used to move the logs from the wood piles to the mill
remembering twin  
monteith - the correctional centre and a very distinctive water tower.