Barton Stone United Church is one of Hamilton’s oldest treasures. The fall colours dress her up and provide one of the prettiest sights around! Submitted by Marty Miller.
Eye on the Area
The moon crosses over, creating a beautiful partial Solar Eclipse, as it descends over the waters of Cootes Paradise on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 6:11 p.m. Submitted by Vince Magro.
I saw this maple leaf float down onto the flora in a pond at the Royal Botanical Gardens. Submitted by Gordon Harris of Waterdown.
I make a point of hiking the Bruce Trail overlooking Spencer’s Gorge and Dundas Valley during the fall season for this view. Submitted by Ted Kilgour.
My dog, Bud, took a moment to relax at the base of Sherman Falls in Ancaster while out for a walk one day. Such a beautiful, colourful, peaceful place this time of year! Submitted by John Kaumeyer in Ancaster.
The Hydro worker across the street from my apartment building blended perfectly with the beautiful maple tree behind him. Submitted by Cathy Braithwaite.
“Fast moving light conditions kept me moving one day in October”, writes John Laidler. “This scene of the escarpment, west of the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King, lasted for about five seconds!”
I think this was the donkey’s way of showing me he wanted another apple. Submitted by William Almas.
“The fall colours have been spectacular this year”, writes Hugh McGilchrist of Stoney Creek. “This is the 15th hole at Glendale Golf and Country Club. I have captured it in the past, but it has never looked as stunning as this year!”
CITY OF RAINBOWS! – This wonderful rainbow spanned downtown Dundas on a beautiful morning. I could almost see the pot of gold at the end. Submited by Beverley Hayden of Dundas.