The massive remains of a decayed 160 year old Willow, the last one of its kind, in Gage Park. Photo by Linda Joyce Ott.
The image of a yellow bee landing on the yellow centre of a Lemon Yellow Coneflower was something I just had to shoot. Submitted by Norm Talbot.
During a dragon boat practice, we were treated to a beautiful rainbow over the harbour. Submitted by Ramsay Drummond-Young.
Baby Blue Jays were waiting, not so patiently, for their breakfast. Submitted by Leslie Harris.
Our new puppy, Ollie, was exploring the backyard on a warm and wet summer evening. Submitted by Hank Rintjema.
This little lady visits our backyard feeders about every thirty minutes, maybe getting ready for her big trip South. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
Having lunch on King William, I saw one of Hamilton’s Finest patrolling the area on Lincoln. I just had to get a picture. Submitted by Emily Seguin.
I am not sure if they are loading or offloading from the boat, but you can see the dust plume that I managed to capture. Submitted by Elaine (Zammit) Duguay.
“This Monarch butterfly was dining on our Lantana and when it closed its wings I noticed a sticker, writes Denise Turcotte. “It was tagged to track its journey to Mexico.”
“At the end of the day, I am thankful that my blessings are bigger than my problems.” (Unknown). Submitted by Concepcion Cruz.