Category Archives: Burlington

On a Chilly Walk

On a Chilly WalkWalking at Spencer Smith Park on one of the coldest day in Burlington this year. Taken by Norelyn Macalma-Early.

Best of Show

Best of ShowThis elegant 1937 Triumph Continental was best in the over 1000 car entry at the 35th Annual British Car Day held at Bronte Provincial Park on the Burlington/Oakville border. Submitted by Bob Harrington.

Baker’s Dozen

Baker's DozenGreat moment caught by Rob Ableman. Are they queuing up for something?

Exciting Expedition

Exciting ExpeditionCanoeing up the jungle-like waters of Grindstone Creek following wild (Canada) geese into the wilderness.  Submitted by Jim Auty.

Looking Down!

Looking Down!This picture showcases the Brant Street Pier along with the open water of Lake Ontario, followed by the Skyway Bridge.  Submitted by Nicola Munarolo.

A Morning Lift!

A Morning Lift!It was beautiful to see the sun rise and light up the colour and reflection of the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge. Submitted by Karen Cunningham.

Trumpeter Swans on Ice

Trumpeter Swans on IceA rainy and foggy morning at LaSalle Park, Burlington… still beautiful! Submitted by Gail Burstyn.

A Winter Magic Trick!

A Winter Magic Trick!“This was taken at Spencer’s Smith Park after some rain and snow we had”, writes Rob Huiskamp. “This is Mother Nature showing off that she can also make a chain”.

Ready, Set, Santa Run!

Ready, Set, Santa Run!A colourful start at the Burlington 5K Santa Run. Submitted by Peter Murphy.

How Lucky We Are Indeed!

How Lucky We Are Indeed!Carmen Farrugia captured this beautiful full rainbow from LaSalle Park Marina.

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