After photographing flowers at the Royal Botanical Gardens, I came home to find this little guy sitting in the picture. Submitted by Alice Bespolko.
One of the many peaceful and beautiful scenes you’ll find along the Rotary Trail, from Caledonia to York. Submitted by Rick Grant.
A little piece of heaven at Valens Lake Conservation Area. Submitted by Marc Kirouac.
This beautiful deer stopped for a drink along the Grand River, took a little look around, then she was on her way again. Submitted by Robert Barnes.
I was walking on the Heritage trail in Ancaster and came across this beautiful color contrast. Submitted by Eleni G. Hapidou.
On my morning walking, I spotted this deer in the parking lot at the entrance of Webster’s Falls. Submitted by Gedas Blekaitis.
“There seems to be a lot of these little beauties around Hamilton lawns right now”, writes Susan Andrus. “Most people don’t like them, but I think they look like spun silk!”
I was recently delighted to find this Red Admiral Butterfly enjoying the cherry blossoms at the Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
“I took this picture on a walk along the Mountain Brow rail trail”, writes Robert Barnes. “He was very friendly, took no concern of us and our little dog”.
While on a walk at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Alice Bespolko enjoyed watching this little red squirrel eating his lunch.