Located off the QEW in St. Catharines, this mysterious ship is actually a replica of the Grande Hermine, a ship that French explorer, Jacques Cartier, sailed to explore the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes in 1535. Submitted by JoAnn Fougere.
A recent thaw put a nice sheen on the snow. Submitted by Kevin Lee.
And we cannot wait to see it again… without all the ice and snow. Submittd by Evy Beraldo.
“Just outside of Glanbrook, I noticed something in the snow”, writes William Almas. “I was surprised to see this hawk looking back!”
The beauty of winter is all around us, especially on nearby country roads. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
“One Horned Lark seems oblivious to the other two who are engaged in a dispute”, writes Kathy Ward. “This is our first time seeing these beautiful birds in rural St. Catharines”.
Nelly Van Bergeyk wanted to share a photo she took from the Grimsby beach pier. “I thought it was a pretty cool (no pun intended) perspective of the beach this winter”.
Here is 13 year old Matthew Starr, with his little cousins, Scarlette Hellings and Lilian Hellings, building their Great Canadian Snow Sphinx in Hamilton. Submitted by Damin Starr.
Fort Erie resident Michael Clarkson got tired of waiting for spring, so he went outside in his swim trunks and read a magazine on his icy hammock. After a few minutes, his red, frozen toes convinced him to go back inside. Photo by Jennifer Clarkson.
Mother Nature creates some interesting patterns in this frozen bubble. Created and submitted by Steve Hoedt in a -24C February morning in Dunnville.