“With all the mention of our famous globe lately, I wanted to share one of my favourite shots…30 seconds of exposure while zooming”. Submitted by Mike Kukucska.
“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”.
Following a little snow fall, this bench near the Chedoke Trail looked diminished and lonely, yet the scene was so lovely and picturesque. Submitted by Neville Newman.
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.
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.
A group of hard-working residents began to build the Sunset Cultural Garden in the parkette opposite the entrance to Bayfront Park. They look to complete it in the spring, just in time for the Pan Am Games. Submitted by Rae Pemberton.
VIVA PAN AM HAMILTON! – The Hamilton ‘Mum Show’, a display of Chrysanthemums, will continue until November 9th at the Gage Park Green House. This year’s theme: “Viva PAN AM Hamilton”. Submitted by Ron Barrons.