Here is 13 year old Matthew Starr, with his little cousins, Scarlette Hellings and Lilian Hellings, building their Great Canadian Snow Sphinx in Hamilton. Submitted by Damin Starr.
“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.
Bob Blair took this photo of Dundurn Castle. The east side view is also very majestic, especially against the blue sky and fresh snow.
“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”.
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.
“On an unusually foggy evening for a January, I ventured out during the ice and fog to capture the moment”, writes Kevin Lee. “Normally when photographing at Sam Lawrence Park, we shoot over the city”.
We have seen some beautiful sunsets lately. This is one over Stoney Creek. Sent by Michael Bazinet.
This sunset over the steel plants seems fitting with the decline of the steel industry in Hamilton. Submitted by George Johnson.
Cousins, Devonn, Malcolm and Qiawna, are in full force support mode, cheering and rooting for our own Hamilton Tiger-Cats to bring home The Grey Cup on Sunday for the first time in 15 years. Let’s go Ti-Cats!!! Submitted by Carrianne James.
Located in the Billy Monkley Bird Sanctuary on Hamilton Mountain, the Cascade is one of many beautiful waterfalls available to us. Picture taken by Jesus Cordoba of Stoney Creek.