Photo cred - TheAtlantic\nCanada is the second largest country in the world spanning over 10 million square kilometers, and with a population of little over 35 million, it makes us one of the least densely populated countries in the world. But that hasn't stopped us from having a massive impact on the country's landscape. Alan Taylor, a senior editor at The Atlantic decided to spend his weekend exploring Canada's immense territory using Google Earth in a collection he calls: Human Landscapes of Canada and amongst this collection were 17 breathtaking areal shots of Quebec.\n1. The access to a tunnel to Montreal's Ile Charron\nGoogle Map\n2. Cargo vehicles in a warehouse beside a farm near Coteau-du-Lac\nGoogle Map\n3. The streets of Montreal\nGoogle Map\n4. The harbor of Cap-aux-Meules\nGoogle Map\n5. Farm fields near Sabrevois\nGoogle Map\n6. Thetford Mines\nGoogle Map\n7. The Grande-Baie factory\nGoogle Map\n8. The water treatment plant near Terrebonne\nGoogle Map\n9. A river crossing farm through the fields near Yamaska\nGoogle Map\n10. The granite quarry near La Baie\nGoogle Map\n11. Train rails near Saint-Lazare\nGoogle Map\n12. La Citadelle Fortress in Quebec\nGoogle Map\n13. Patterns created by logging activity near Saint-Gedeon-de-Beauce\nGoogle Map\n14. A golf course near Saint-Polycarpe\nGoogle Map\n15. Highway interchange near Saint-Pacome\nGoogle Map\n16. The U.S.- Canada border near Lac Metgermette Quebec\nGoogle Map\n17. Montreal's Mount-Royal\nGoogle Map\nBe sure to check out Alan Taylor's entire gallery of photos at The Atlantic.