I stumbled upon this reflective scene while walking my dog along the trails at Sixteen Mile Creek in Oakville after an early spring snowfall. Though B&W worked best.
Railway tracks leading to Toronto Union Station taken from the Bathurst Street bridge. CN Tower in the view.
Georgian Bay waterfront park in Thornbury, Ontario. Taken after an early November snowfall.
Looking back at the CN Tower in Toronto from the Bathurst Street bridge.
This boardwalk borders a storm water management pond near my home in Oakville. It was very cold and dreary today when I took this which the monochrome treatment highlights.
This is a reflection of the CN Tower taken in a fountain pool in downtown Toronto
This creekside fence in an Oakville park is leaning due to the hard long winter of 2013.
The Mill restaurant seen at the far end of the Mill Pond dam on the Beaver River in Thornbury, ON.
These icicles were formed on a low hanging log from the waves splashing ashore in Bronte Harbour, Oakville.
B&W taken in the evening from the walking bridge over the Beaver River in Thornbury as some bad weather approaches.
This stone structure is all that is left of a three storey grist mill built in 1813. It was destroyed by fire in 1934. Located in Crooks Hollow near Dundas, Ontario.
The last snows of winter taken during a walk along the Cattaract Trailway near Hillsburg, Ontario.