Ron Verbeek captured the Hamilton area Victoria Day fireworks from Sydenham Road, overlooking our great city.
“We saw the re-enactment of a fight between British and American troops which turned the war of 1812 in the Brit’s favour”, writes Rob Muir. “The participants gave a faithful re-enactment, the commentator made it fun, and the crowd had a great time”.
Perfect weather helped make the annual Bike for Mike Charity Ride a success as hundreds of riders hit the starting line at Hamilton’s Bayfront Park. Submitted by Jim Smith.
“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!”
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.
Spring has sprung all around us in Hamilton and it is magnificent! Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
Enjoying the sunset at the waterfront trail down at Princess Point, Hamilton. Submitted by Marlene Vromans.
“The Hamilton Latvian Anglers and Hunters Club had their Annual Trout Derby at Fifty Point Conservation Area”, writes Tony Mawson. “While the fish were not biting, the scenery was calming”.
“This is a picture of the Grant Brothers, taken about 75 to 80 years ago”, writes Diana Grant. “It was located on the corner of Cannon and Victoria, Hamilton”.
“I walked up to Sam Lawrence Park to watch the sunset”, writes Irini Patsalides. “When I came to the grassy field at the top of the park, I was speechless… the view was breathtaking!”