The moment I saw this spot, I knew I had found an ideal location for some landscape photos—the juxtaposition of the dark, leafless tree and the lush, thriving green vegetation surrounding it was perfection.
I’ve witnessed many beautiful sunrises from this location. From the low vantage point, the hill on which the trees are located hides the urban sprawl behind it and lets you forget, if only for a moment, the habitat fragmentation that lies so close which threatens the very livelihood of a field such as this.
In the third of a three part pictorial on the ice storm of 2013 that hit Ontario, we take a look at the beauty of the ice storm from afar, when the world was turned into a sparkling winter wonderland.
In the second of a three part pictorial on the ice storm of 2013 that hit Ontario, we take a close-up look at the beauty of the ice storm and the nearly 30mm of freezing rain that fell over the course of twenty four hours, coating everything with a thick layer of sparkling ice.
In the first of a three part pictorial on the ice storm of 2013 that hit Ontario, we take a look at some of the destructive effects of the nearly 30mm of freezing rain that fell over the course of twenty four hours.
If you’ve ever been on Main Street, Markham, you would have seen Jacki Bowyer’s fingerprints all over the place. And before you go all CSI on me, I’m not talking about a crime scene, I’m talking about the banners that adorn the light posts along the street, the lettering on a store, and promotional material for Main Street Markham.