The new Tim Hortons Memory Lane museum finally opened its doors to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first location opened on Ottawa St N and Dunsmure Rd in the Hamilton East end.
Christmas Day means building a pepperkaker hus (gingerbread house). After all that fun, Sky is ready to dig in. But will the witch let him or will he end up in her cauldron?
Merry Christmas! Santa’s little elf is ready to help distribute presents (or rip them open!)
A stroll through downtown Hamilton.
Spent the day at Niagara Falls so decided it would be a good addition to the 365 Project. Wanted to do something different.
Driving back from Collingwood, stopped off at The Olde Stanton Store in Mansfield and wandered around to see what sort of beautiful shots I could find. This one of a traditional Canadian country house fence just stands out to me – it’s interesting to see how resourceful people were in the past, and how beautifully they pulled it off.
Just at the centre of the Blue Mountain village, a fire pit illuminates hearts and smiles.
Trudeau, one of my friend’s charismatic puggle, has joined us up in Collingwood for the weekend.
Up in Collingwood for the next few days, searching for the Canadian winters, and seems like we found it! Snow and wind leads to a moody shot of the old mills at the port.
Being in Europe for the last 7 years, I forgot how popular seat scooters are here in North America. This specific one, about 60 cm wide, not only is gigantic but is clearly parked under the No Parking sign. I like the composition of the lady on the phone and this scooter, a transportation vehicle out of convenience and not necessity, parked illegally at Giant Tiger on Cannon and Hughson Streets.