One of three waterfalls that make up the famous, Niagara Falls, the American Falls measures 34 metres. Niagara Falls attracts nearly 30 million tourists to Canada annually. The Horseshoe Falls can been seen in the distance.
From Ontario, Canada
Just a Trickle
The beauty of Tews Falls, in Dundas, Ontario, is it's slow flow and tall drop. Tews Falls is a 41 metre ribbon waterfall, only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls.
Webster's Falls is a 22 metre high classical curtain/ plunge waterfall found in the Spencer Gorge in Dundas, Ontario.
Winkie on the Rock
No greater feeling than to climb to the top and look back down.
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From People & Portraits
The surf washes clean anything left in the sand. This photo was taken in Stanley Park looking toward North Vancouver.
From British Columbia, Canada
Log booms are still a thing in British Columbia. This relic has washed up on the breach in Stanley Park.
A Great Blue Heron poses for the camera in Capillano
This young tree grows out the stump of a thousand-year-old fir tree.
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This Douglas Fir free is about 300 years old and one of the younger trees in Stanley Park
Different minerals in the water create colourful ice. Tews Falls in Dundas, Ontario, is a 41 metre ribbon waterfall.
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Ice on Fire
The arctic sun creates stunning effects on the ice and snow. This photo was taken near the Iqaluit airport in the Canadian territory of Nunavut.
This photo was taken near the Iqaluit airport in the Canadian Territory of Nunavut. The sun creates stunning effects on the ice and water.
From Bogogá, Colombia
From Street Art
If love at first sight is possible, that's what I felt the moment I saw this piece of street art
Art such as this has the power to elevate us above our own reality.
Man of the Sea
Hoisting the main sail during strong winds can be challenging.
What amazing colour this street artist brings to the Tulip Festival. Artists from all across the region come together to paint these five foot high tulips. This was my favourite.
This mother bird is fiercely protecting her nest. I can't even get into my car without her attacking .
Fox Point Lighthouse
At the most northern tip of Newfoundland stands the lighthouse at St. Anthony. Lighthouses are an icon of east coast life, but are still necessary to guide fishing boats safely home.
Belgium's downtown area attracts thousands of tourists to the shops and restaurants.
High from her vantage above the street, a curious cat keeps watch over her world.
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From Art Pix
Beautiful memories of Summer fun on this beach are all washed away. Even the name I wrote in the sand was quickly reclaimed by the sea.
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Two ships pass each other in the icy waters of St. John's, Harbour
Traditional Christmas values still thrive out around the bay where life moves a little slower.
Townie Christmas Eve
Each one of these houses are more than 120 years old and still home of the Townies of Newfoundland.
Lighting the Way
Fort Amherst Lighthouse guards the Narrows and the entrance to St. John's Harbour.
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Even with a touch of snow, the colourful houses of the Battery jump out.
Even with the wind blowing a gale, Mad Rocks is relatively calm
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Deep gulches leave tall rugged cliffs. The day I visited this place, the wind was blowing a gale. You don't want to get too close.
A typical Newfoundland beach is cold and rocky.
Thread the Needle
A supply ship enters the Narrows, which leads to St. John's harbour. The Narrows has a least depth of 11 metres and at its narrowest point and 61 metres wide.
Even a small snowfall makes the colourful houses of The Battery pop right out.
Nature has its own way of creating the most beautiful sculptures.
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From Mummer Festival 2016
It's a fine day on cloths. The wind will dry them before they have a chance to freeze.