6 Months is a collection of images photographed in Eastern Quebec. I explored these antiquated villages and towns throughout the winter months, documenting the cold barren state that they are in. The project depicts the temporal and seasonal shift in activity, nearly void of any signs of life. The seemingly abandoned towns show only traces of human activity. For those who stay during the winter months, their houses become their only living space, sheltering them from the extreme cold while the surrounding environment is preserved by large amounts of snow. These areas remind us of how remote towns and their economic activity, which largely depends on tourism, lie in a state of hibernation for half of the year, awaiting a very welcomed melt in summer.