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.
While taking advantage of a beautiful Winter day, Laura McDavid had to stop to take this photo of Whitehern Historic House, all decked out for the season.
“These frigid temperatures only add to the beauty of the harbour”, writes Sandra Barbour. “Looks like these tugboats won’t be going anywhere for some time now!”
Ryan Hedley got a great capture of the frozen pier in Dunnville at -25C.
Our neighbourhood fox was catching the warmth of the winter sun. Submitted by Kim Opheim.
We enjoyed an afternoon embracing the Canadian winter while skating; it was a beautiful afternoon. Submitted by Marjorie Hoekstra.
Young and old tobogganing at Garth Street reservoir. Submitted by Paul Mckeegan.
The ice cave of Buttermilk Falls in Hamilton, Ontario. Submitted by Percy Jollymore.