My son and my grandchildren enjoyed creating these snow sculptures in our front yard. Submitted by Madeleine Dunfield.
Pure Canadiana down at the pond on Valley Inn Road. Submitted by Joel Marshall.
Tufted Titmouse… I had only heard about this little beauty, then, there he was, helping himself to a feeding of seeds and peanuts. Submitted by Pat Wintemute.
Sunrise rising over my neighbour’s farm in Wainfleet, Ontario. Submitted by Pina Steers.
“Time to have your suet out. Winter is here!” Judy Gurman submitted a lovely photo of a Red-Bellied Woodpecker.
The Haida is being returned to its berth restored to its former glory. Submitted by Robert Frank.
The beauty of downtown Dundas after a snowfall early in the morning 5 a.m. Submitted by Randy Newstead
Jamie is finding the transition into winter a little difficult. Submitted by Michelle Sharp.
I saw this ice bird in a bush outside my front door. Submitted by Philip C. Perron.
“I wondered what the Crocus was thinking”, writes John O’Connor. “If they don’t get eaten by the rabbits, they get covered in a blanket of ice and snow”.