10 Striking Shots That Will (Almost) Make You Miss the Canadian Winter
Saying goodbye to winter is easy for some. For others? Not so much! We’re paying tribute to a bone-chilling winter with these striking snaps from talented Canadian shutterbugs.
“This tree is probably the most photographed tree in our area,” writes Dale Matthies.
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Through the Trees
Heavy frost in the early morning didn’t stop Shelagh Quinn from snapping this beauty!
On Frozen Pond
Photographer Shelley Jacques of Finch, Ont. submitted this shot of Canada geese.
The Sun Also Rises
Photographer Diane Killman captured this stark contrast in colour at Burns Lake, B.C.
Have you ever wondered how bright the Aurora Borealis really is? Well, satellites can take pictures of them from the Earth’s orbit! If you need more convincing, take a look at this shot by Barb Hart of Enterprise, Northwest Territories.
Nicole Watson of Kingston, Ont. writes: “This tree caught my eye while out for a morning drive yesterday. There was low lying fog and the sun was just peeking out enough to start kissing the frost-covered branches.”
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The frozen docks of Burlington Bay, Ont. inspired photographer Linda Swance.
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Stuck in Time
Winter can be inconvenient, but it can also be gorgeous, as evidenced by this shot. Photographer George Vanderberg snapped this at the Lundbreck Falls in Alberta.
A Splash of Colour
The houses along the Fraser River in New Westminster, B.C. are already pretty, but as photographer Dianne Reid proves, the snow makes them even more so.
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Too cold to go fishing? Tell that to the subject of this wonderful shot by Russ Hayes.