Mother Nature creates some interesting patterns in this frozen bubble. Created and submitted by Steve Hoedt in a -24C February morning in Dunnville.
Eye on the Area
Bob Richert captured this train crossing the Grand River dam at Caledonia with mostly solid ice on the river.
“With all the mention of our famous globe lately, I wanted to share one of my favourite shots…30 seconds of exposure while zooming”. Submitted by Mike Kukucska.
This is Abby, enjoying the warmth of the fire on a cold afternoon. Submitted by Rob Roy of Binbrook.
Nature can be both severe and beautiful at the same time as witnessed by this frozen scene along the Lakeshore in Stoney Creek. Submitted by George Johnson.
“We tied our Christmas tree to the deck and decorated it with treats for the birds”, writes Betsy McBurney. “Now my treat is being able to take pictures of birds like this woodpecker from the kitchen window!”
This is the closest conjunction of Venus and Mars since 2008; they won’t couple up this closely again until 2017! Jim Bruce was lucky to capture it right when they were “next” to the moon.
Open water in the Burlington Canal has become the refuge for ducks, geese and swans. Most notable are the long-tailed ducks which can be seen by the hundreds. Submitted by Richard Zazulak of Dundas.
Malgorzata Dzierzgowska took this picture from the pier near the Burlington Lift Bridge, on a very cold and windy day.
I took this photo recently, on a sunny snow day at Chedoke Golf Course. Our 8 year old Lab, Honey, loves to play in the snow! Submitted by Mike Rossiterl.