“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”.
“When going for a walk early in the morning, one gets rewarded with some beautiful scenes”, writes Susan van der Heiden. “This picture was taken along the Grand River in Caledonia”.
Diane Best captured this beautiful winter scene at Lowville Park, Burlington.
I spotted this lovely Hooded Merganser at the edge of the ice on Grindstone Creek in the Royal Botanical Gardens on March 4th. Submitted by Bob Blair.
“My wife and I noticed winter’s last stand during a walk on the Burlington waterfront”, writes Jim Smith. “The warm sun had turned the walkways to mushy snow and had decorated the ice-coated chains with long icicle fingers”.
“Walking down at Bayfront Park, enjoying the warmth of the sun and signs of spring all around”, writes Suzanne Swayze. “The water was calm and reflected like glass, making this sight a great capture”.
You’ll find this beautiful tree at Sam Lawrence Park. It is always a lovely sight – so easy to get to and it has a great view of the city. Submitted by Heather Petre.
Our dog, Linus, is waiting for spring so he can play soccer on the grass. Submitted by Melissa McClellan.
I took this photo of our Hibiscus plant (growing in our living room) that bloomed on a very cold but beautiful sunny, snowy day. The beauty of this single bloom in the window is amazing! Submitted by Diane Buckle
A regular visitor that is always welcome. Submitted by Tom Bochsler.