Canoeing up the jungle-like waters of Grindstone Creek following wild (Canada) geese into the wilderness. Submitted by Jim Auty.
The elusive Monarch Butterfly visited our backyard. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
I found three of these giant caterpillars eating my heirloom tomato plant. Submitted by Deborah Jayne Reilly Smith.
“It is in that quiet place at our centre that we hear the whispers of our soul”. Submitted by Betty Egger.
… MAYBE HE WILL NOT SEE ME! – Walking around his garden, Rick Grant found this little Cottontail Rabbit trying to hide.
Beware my pretty prickly pear, lest pins and needles be your fare! Submitted by John Rigg.
Janine Weaver found this shy friend carefully watching her surroundings at Cootes Paradise.
A Cedar Waxwing enjoying the sweetness of nature. Submitted by Rick Grant.
“I took this photo at the bottom of Webster’s Falls”, writes Dermot Picco. “There was something magical about the beauty that caught my eye”.
“Your wings already exist, all you have to do is fly” (Anonymous). Submitted by Dave Custeau.