An early morning swing in Gage Park. Submitted by Linda Joyce Ott.
It was a beautiful evening at Gore Park while out on a bike ride. Submitted by Nick Vanderheyden.
The sun sets, ending another hard working day in our industrious city. Submitted by John L’Homme.
The massive remains of a decayed 160 year old Willow, the last one of its kind, in Gage Park. Photo by Linda Joyce Ott.
During a dragon boat practice, we were treated to a beautiful rainbow over the harbour. Submitted by Ramsay Drummond-Young.
I am not sure if they are loading or offloading from the boat, but you can see the dust plume that I managed to capture. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
This farmer has been very busy getting ready to feed his animals in the winter. Submitted by Pat Brown.
This iconic landmark has been around for many years and has always stood out as a point of interest. Submitted by James R. Charlton.
“When downtown and the heat and humidity get too much, go stand close to the Gore Park Fountain”, writes Jim Auty. “The cool mist will be a refreshing treat!”
Here’s a shot I took of downtown Hamilton from Sam Lawrence Park on a radiant morning. Submitted by Jacqueline Holding.