Marion Webster of Burlington captured this beautiful winter scene at LaSalle Park with Hamilton off in the distance.
“While walking along the waterfront trail early in the morning, I noticed this person out on the ice”, writes Rick McKenzie. “Although they were actually preparing to do some ice fishing, the tracks made it appear as if they had been left behind”.
“There are many beautiful waterfowl to see at LaSalle Park”, writes Cam Goede. “This large swan had decided that I had gotten close enough”.
Enjoying the morning sun in our backyard lilacs, we spotted 13 male and 5 female Cardinals, 2 Blue Jays and a few Sparrows. What a magnificent sight! Submitted by Betsy Smith of Cayuga.
Lois McNaught came across these brave souls making the most of winter by scaling the ice of the 21-metre-high Tiffany Falls in Ancaster.
My wife and I braved the elements and decided to check out the Hamilton Waterfront. We observed these two DN class boats zipping across the bay in front of Leander Boat Club. Submitted by Lyle Jeakins.
Hugh McGilchrist from Stoney Creek was visiting LaSalle Park on a beautiful but chilly day. He was impressed with the amount of noise the Trumpeter Swans were making.
Dave VanRaalte took this picture on January 25 while skating on the bay with his family. They were surprised to see this person biking across the bay from Hamilton to Carroll’s Point.
My friend Tony was freezing his lens off to get some pictures of the waves, ducks and steam coming off the lake at Spencer Smith Park. At -25C, the lake water was warmer than the air. Submitted by Jim Auty.
Even on the coldest morning of the winter, so far, there is beauty! Submitted by Kelly Binns of Binbrook.