I took this photo of the Grand River’s ice breaking up and cascading away on February 3rd. Spectacular! Submitted by Brenda Rooker.
While walking my dog, Mo Chroi, my cousing, Marie Zilik, stopped to admire the stunning sunrise over Stoney Creek. Submitted by Alice Phillips.
Walking her dogs in Dundas, Sybille Stahl found these snowdrops on January 28th.
“I was out at Port Dover this morning and noticed how the ducks and gulls were floating on the ice”, writes Heather Petre. “Other years that area is frozen solid… not this year”.
While we were walking the forest trails in the Hendrie Valley at the Royal Botanical Gardens, these Chickadees welcomed us to their neighbourhood! Submitted by Joseph Hollick.
With so many beautiful creatures living here, this place should be included into the new Greenbelt plan. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
This is Sheba, our 8 year old Australian Shepherd, enjoying the snow this week and “protecting the yard” while we shovel. Submitted by Lorrie Costantini.
I was very fortunate to spot this beautiful Pileated Woodpecker at the Royal Botanical Gardens (Arboretum area) on January 7, 2016. Submitted by Bob Blair.
Exploring the trails on her first sleigh ride after the first snowfall of winter. Submitted by Kelly McKinney.
Fifty Point was very cold one morning, but bright and clear enough to capture this fantastic picture! Submitted by Heather Petre.