An exhilarating day at Felker’s Falls in Stoney Creek, surrounded by a winter wonderland. Submitted by Walter Kuchar.
It was a beautiful, snowy evening and the Battlefield Monument was shining bright. Submitted by Karen Cunningham.
In between the rain, my husband was able to get out for a hike with our daughter and pup, near Green Road and North Service Road, Stoney Creek. Submitted by Heather.
The Toronto skyline showing in the background of the Stoney Creek cross on a beautiful Fall day. Submitted by George Johnson.
This photo was taken back in March with my drone flying out over toward the city to give you a bird’s eye view of the Devil’s Punch Bowl. Submitted by Dan Copeland.
While walking my dog, Mo Chroi, my cousing, Marie Zilik, stopped to admire the stunning sunrise over Stoney Creek. Submitted by Alice Phillips.
This little decorated tree is a wonderful surprise while walking along the Dofasco Trail in Stoney Creek. Submitted by Annette Babineau.
The windy weather hitting the area made Lake Ontario look like it was the ocean, creating pretty high and strong waves hitting the rocks in Stoney Creek. Submitted by Russell Pape.
“We saw the re-enactment of a fight between British and American troops which turned the war of 1812 in the Brit’s favour”, writes Rob Muir. “The participants gave a faithful re-enactment, the commentator made it fun, and the crowd had a great time”.
Nature can be both severe and beautiful at the same time as witnessed by this frozen scene along the Lakeshore in Stoney Creek. Submitted by George Johnson.