“This was taken at Spencer’s Smith Park after some rain and snow we had”, writes Rob Huiskamp. “This is Mother Nature showing off that she can also make a chain”.
A beautiful scene of the ice covered trees by the lake. Submitted by Susanne Swayze.
Norman Chan captured this beautiful scene, early one morning on the Hamilton Mountain Brow.
“This male Cardinal visits my feeder every day, giving me hours of enjoyment”, writes Robert Barnes. “We all deserve a treat now and again.”
Abby Roy poses with her snowman. After shoveling the snow, it was a great reminder that you can have fun in the winter too! Submitted by Jennifer Rowan.
I was able to capture 8 out of the 11 Blue Jays we had at our feeder today all at once in my picture. Photo taken by Kelly Binns.
“Every morning my husband throws peanuts to the Blue Jays”, writes Kathy Pickering. “This little guy waited under the feeder and caught his peanut first try!”
A different, still beautiful view along the Grand River in Caledonia. Submitted by Rick Grant.
“In the moment I just had to stop and snap this picture. As a lifelong steelworker and somebody so proud of this town, it’s what summed it all up for me.” Submitted by Steve House.
On a rare bicycling trip from Dundas to Pier 8 in Hamilton, I was surprised to see a mute swan or two slapping around on Hamilton Harbour ice floes. Submitted by Neal Bonnor.