My friend Tony was freezing his lens off to get some pictures of the waves, ducks and steam coming off the lake at Spencer Smith Park. At -25C, the lake water was warmer than the air. Submitted by Jim Auty.
Even on the coldest morning of the winter, so far, there is beauty! Submitted by Kelly Binns of Binbrook.
Jerry Utter captured this beautiful sunset on Brock Road, right above Dundas.
“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.
Heather Petre found her hike in the Webster’s Falls area nice and easy to get around.
Bradley Thorne and his kids went for a hike to the Devil’s Punch Bowl, starting at the top and making the long hike all the way down to the lower part. “This is just one of many beautiful waterfalls in the Hamilton region”.
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.
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.