In these times of crisis, The Journal is looking for the most beautiful arc-en-ciel in Québec.
We will post daily photos that pay tribute to the movement #çavabienaller in the pages of the Journal de Québec.
Continue to be very numerous to send us a photo of your arc-en-ciel at the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, here are 25 new photos that we have received from our readers.
Lydia, Jayden and Maèva have built this snow fort arc-en-ciel in front of their residence Rouyn-Noranda. What better way to protect the family of the COVID-19?
Gloria, Heavenly, Eliane and Francis Chagnon engaged in large-scale projects as a family. They have made this arc-en-ciel, measuring 10 ft high and 12 ft wide with recycled materials, in the grand rang Saint-François, Saint-Hyacinthe.
The family business Management Lake, specialized since more than 25 years in the sale of vehicles, in Levis, also showing a rainbow to give hope and a little happiness.
The Provigo Pascal Bourboin of the 1st Avenue is a reminder to all, in its case, the importance of washing hands regularly.
Loriane, age 11, has a passion for horses, and this motivates her in this time of quarantine. His house being far from the road, Loriane and her faithful companion’s coat arc-en-ciel have found a genuine way to know that it’s going to go well.
Under a starry sky, a rainbow to tell us that it’s going to go well. Courtesy of Sebastian, 8 years old, from Montreal-North.
Closed due to the pandemic, the service of custody of Caroline, at Beauceville, has been adorned in this superb arc-en-ciel, made by Maïly Roy, just before it closes temporarily due to the pandemic.
A bit of fresh air directly to the river in these times of isolation, courtesy of Kathleen, Roseline, Emmanuel and Mila, in front of the car in which the rear window is adorned with a rainbow.
A great arc-en-ciel performed by a small in the heart immense. Elia James, age 8, resides in Montreal and is very sensitive to the misery of others. She is convinced that better days are on the way.
At the entrance of the residence Charles Couillard, Saint-Charles-de-Bellechasse, Leah-Rose has offered a rainbow as a gift to his two great-grandmothers, Dorothy and Suzanne, confined until further order. His grand-mother, Sylvie, who works at the centre, will benefit it as a gift.
Leila and Charlie have put the colour in their neighbourhood, in cobbling together this curtain brilliant that turns the window in arc-en-ciel.
Dominique has had a lot of fun to prepare this rainbow with his mom of 82 years. It was one of the first displayed in the Saint-Sauveur district in Quebec city.
In addition to being convenient to leave a message, here’s a new use for your notebooks, transformed into a rainbow of the most successful.
The physiotherapy clinic KinatexDix30 Brossard also adds its grain of salt to the cause, with this rainbow designed from coloured ribbon.
The rising sun, Levis, revealed this stunning rainbow of balloons linking two neighbouring properties at the entrance to the neighborhood.
Saint-René-de-Matane, Alyssia and Matthew offer us their rainbow house and a positive thought to share: “Stay strong, life is worth it.”
The pastry-shop Hansel and Gretel, in L’ancienne-Lorette, has also joined the cause with the arc-en-ciel in the window of the trade.
Magog, that boy of 5 years is happy to contribute to the movement “It’s going to go well”. With the help of his mother, Nathalie, Benjamin set to work to create this arc-en-ciel.
Everything will be okay, singing in English Bob Marley in Three Little Birds, in 1977. The music of the jamaican singer has strongly influenced Jean-Luc, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, which has enjoyed a day radiant to make this rainbow accents of reggae.
The family Morasse of the rue Toupin, Quebec, presented us with a rainbow as seen from the inside, which fits perfectly with the decor.
Zackary, 3 years and a half, discovers artistic talents with the arc-en-ciel of the most successful that you can see in Limoilou.
Annie Fortin offers us this very nice painting of a rainbow-adorned with a fleur-de-lys to inject a dose of hope to Quebecers during the crisis.
A beautiful facade of the most inspiring, in the Villeray area, offers a rainbow on red brick to create a beautiful effect and demonstrate the strength of humanity in these troubled times.
When you put love and patience, the result is always phenomenal. Tip of the hat to the Department of pediatrics and neonatology of the Hospital of Chicoutimi for this arc-en-ciel composed of cut pieces one by one.
The colors of motion “It’s going to go well” inspired by this artist at work.