At the end of a recent outing exploring Cootes Paradise in our kayaks, my wife Kathy and I were treated to this amazing sunset. Submitted by Mike Goodwin.
Eye on the Area
“While driving North on Walkers Line, I spotted the largest group of turkey vultures I had ever seen in one place”, writes Bill Moreau. “I was lucky that I had my camera with me”.
I spent a beautiful day at the Whistling Gardens in the Simcoe area; lots of beautiful flower gardens, shrubs and a dancing water show are something to see! Submitted by Val Patterson.
He loves playing with paper and going for walks in his stroller (yep, he has a stroller); and he can meow the word ‘Mom’ (it’s hilarious, he very clearly says ‘Mom’). Submitted by Laura Charman.
“I was lucky enough to capture this mother Bald Eagle returning to the nest”, writes John Kaumeyer. “You can see the two babies in the nest getting all excited to see Mom back home”.
We had a nice view of the field and of the city while watching the Canadian Women’s Soccer team play England back at the end of May at Tim Horton’s Field. Canada won 1-0. Submitted by Carrianne James.
Go Canada Go! Till the end, Timbit always cheers for Canada! Submitted by the Badzioches.
A lovely sunset after the rain at Macassa Bay Yacht Club in early June. Submitted by Cyndi Ingle.
“This is my very favourite time of year”, writes Lois McNaught. “Not too hot, not too cold, birds singing joyfully, beautiful flowers all around and wonderful wildlife such as this Twelve-Spotted Skimmer Dragonfly”.
Kevin Lee and his daughter, Julia, were chasing the sunset when they captured this profile of our beautiful city.