Fort Erie resident Michael Clarkson got tired of waiting for spring, so he went outside in his swim trunks and read a magazine on his icy hammock. After a few minutes, his red, frozen toes convinced him to go back inside. Photo by Jennifer Clarkson.
Mother Nature creates some interesting patterns in this frozen bubble. Created and submitted by Steve Hoedt in a -24C February morning in Dunnville.
Bob Richert captured this train crossing the Grand River dam at Caledonia with mostly solid ice on the river.
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.
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.
This is a picture of Lulu enjoying the first major snowfall of 2015! Submitted by Susan Scott.
After hearing from friends that the Snowy Owls were back, I set out and found this beauty. Submitted by David Barnes.
A pair of Canada geese going for a stroll on a frozen Red Hill Creek. Submitted by Michael Hunter.
A very ingenious title given by its photographer for a very nice picture of these three little icicles. Submitted by Susan van der Heiden.