“I think everyone should wake up early one morning to see the sun rise” writes John Klander. “Sunday’s sun was a red ball of fire, which quickly turned to an orange glow. Simply amazing!”
Nadine’s wisteria was absolutely beautiful and it’s been abuzz with binging bumblebees. Submitted by Dave Jewett of Burlington.
Some members of this 10th Royal Veterans Battalion, War of 1812 re-enactors, travelled to Belgium to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. This image is from their appearance at the Westfield Heritage Village. Submitted by Ron Barrons.
While out for a walk in Churchill Park, I came across a flock of House Sparrows dancing among the beautiful pink blossoms of this tree. Submitted by Fernando Fresco.
The Garter snake, also known as the “Gardener” snake, doesn’t have too many human friends. Photographers love them… if you’re lucky enough to get up close and personal. Submitted by Raj Patel.
Spring has sprung all around us in Hamilton and it is magnificent! Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
Our big ol’ boy, Midge, enjoying the garden. Submitted by Letitia Edwards.
“Next time you are walking along the shore of Hamilton’s bay, take a look at the Caspian Terns”, writes Dan Copeland. “They hover in one spot, then take a dive straight down into the water and come up with a fish. As they fly away, they will flip […]
This gorgeous tree can be found in Gage Park, Hamilton. It’s just beautiful. Submitted by Brenda Moore.
Enjoying the sunset at the waterfront trail down at Princess Point, Hamilton. Submitted by Marlene Vromans.