The Bay had snapped shut with a thin layer of ice. Photo taken from Burlington by Diane Brown.
And making very cool cracking sounds as the sun heats up. Submitted by Alexis Leslie.
Nature can paint the most magnificent pictures. Submitted by Norman Cloutier.
Some warm days followed by a cold snap coated the branches with ice at Webster’s Falls. Submitted by Ian Horsewood.
Nature in winter sometimes rewards us with beautiful ice art. Submitted by Jessica Spotts.
I saw this ice bird in a bush outside my front door. Submitted by Philip C. Perron.
“I took this picture of a Finch trying to take a drink out of our frozen bird bath last Friday”, writes Gordon Harris. “He was not impressed.”
“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”.
“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”.
The day after our big snow storm all the little islands along Harbourfront Trail had been magically transformed into beautiful ice sculptures. Submitted by Lois McNaught.