A foggy morning was an ideal opportunity for a moody shot like this which I shot on the Mountain at the foot of Upper Paradise Road. Submitted by Neville Newman.
This cute little duck couple got a little shy when they spotted the camera pointed at them. Taken at Bayfront Park. Submitted by Peter Abi-Rashed.
A magical sunrise down at Burlington waterfront, taken on a bitterly cold winter morning! Submitted by Jackie Cracknell.
Paul Penney, a member of Branch 36 Royal Canadian Legion in Dundas, took this picture at 7:00 a.m. on November 11th. These cadets did an all-night vigil, standing there for hours at a time. We are very proud of them!
Murray doesn’t like the fact that The Spectator takes attention away from him every morning. As soon as the paper comes out, Murray jumps up and lays across it. Submitted by Jim and Nadia Hoganson.
Murray doesn’t like the fact that The Spectator takes attention away from him every morning. As soon as the paper comes out, Murray jumps up and lays across it….His look says it all. Submitted by Jim and Nadia Hoganson.
“We went down to Fifty Point Conservation Area to photograph the sunrise” writes Frances Maas. “There was not a stellar sunrise to be seen but the sun did peek out long enough to illuminate the posts of an old dilapidated pier”.
All of these cute little guys are ready for Santa. Clockwise: Sonny (From Mary Zivolak), Murphy and Charlie (From Milena Head), Sheldon and Spencer (From Shannon Barry) and Dallas (From Patty Gooch).
My 10 year old cat, Sassy, loves playing amongst the Christmas ornaments. Especially with the red Cardinal. Submitted by Jayne Belanger.
This little decorated tree is a wonderful surprise while walking along the Dofasco Trail in Stoney Creek. Submitted by Annette Babineau.