This beautiful red fox came and sat on my front lawn in downtown Burlington. Submitted by Peter Granka.
A small group of friends went to the beach for a little dip. The water had ice on the surface but it was steaming heavily at a temperature of 0.5 degrees as the air temperature was -22 degrees. Submitted by Freja Njorden.
Our beautiful Bayfront Park on a nice, sunny winter day. Submitted by Pat Brown .
The recent cold snap brought out the true splendour of Niagara Falls… even at -20C. Submitted by Ron Verbeek.
Defying the law of gravity, this little guy seems to be looking for his snowshoe. Submitted by Rob Miller.
Tiffany Falls, a true wonder, even in the winter! Submitted and taken by Randy Newstead.
That’s what this charming little Wood Duck seems to be saying as he waddles through the snow. Submitted by Lois McNaught.
Janina Dudek had the courage to step on the frozen bay for the first time and she was amazed when she saw many different bubble formations, frozen under the water.
“When it is this cold, soap bubbles freeze almost instantly”, writes Rick McKenzie. “My son Scott and I would place soap bubbles in the path of the light from the setting sun and then photograph them”.
On cold days like the ones we have been having, it is almost magical to see Hamilton’s waterfalls completely frozen over, looking like it should be on a postcard! Submitted by Susanne Swayze.