This is Bill Leblanc, the Hamilton artist that carves the beautiful tree stumps at Van Wagners beach. Submitted by Martin Ramsey.
Eye on the Area
Stan, a volunteer at Century Pines Golf Course, begins his early morning rounds repairing divots. Submitted by Don Finlayson.
Visiting Wings of the World Aviary in Welland… What a great experience to see so many different types of birds in one place! Submitted by Alex Reeve-Newson.
“On a recent walk on the trails in Cherry Hill Gate, my husband and I noticed a Cardinal with only one leg”, writes Jan Armstrong. “He was extremely adept at landing and followed us along the boardwalk for quite a while”.
A wicked storm that arrived during a visit to Bogle Seeds Farm quickly turned into a scene from a scary movie! Submitted by Susan Terzis.
Buttons is 7 years old and travels everywhere with me. He came to the Grotto in the Bruce Peninsula last week. Tourists helped us bring him down and we hiked our way to a magnificent place. Submitted by Ruth Castellanos.
Confederation Park has several ponds and the Herons can be found wading around the edges. Photo taken and submitted by Craig McCall.
A beautiful silhouette to end an amazing airshow! Thanks, Canadian Warplane Museum! Submitted by Dave Grandoni.
Our son, Arie Frei, had a close encounter with a few Canada geese, as we enjoyed a beautiful evening down at Pier 4 Park. Submitted by Dave Frei.
While waiting for the fog to clear I was watching the Bald Eagle sitting quietly undisturbed in the forest trees. Submitted by Pat Wintemute.