Gale force winds off Lake Ontario batter the coastline at Bluffer's Park Marina.
Scarborough Bluffs Sunrise
A sunrise view of Lake Ontario in late autumn from Cathedral Bluffs Park. This old fence post shows the effects of erosion on the constantly changing bluffs.
A crescent moon over the Toronto skyline in March.
Scarborough Bluffs Marina
Late afternoon photo of the Scarborough Bluffs Marina from Cathedral Bluffs Park.
Riverdale Park East
The Toronto skyline from Withrow & Broadview Ave overlooking Riverdale Park East.
Horseshoe Falls at Dawn
Horseshoe Falls in January from Table Rock. I chose to shoot here in the winter to avoid the tourists and not have to wake up at a ridiculous hour to catch a sunrise.
Niagara Falls, Ontario
Early morning sun hitting the Scarborough Bluffs. Seconds after I made this photo a dozen Canadian Geese flew through the frame and I missed the shot. Timing is everything!
First light on the Toronto skyline as seen from Polson Pier.
Beautiful fall colour on an early autumn morning in a light rain. At 138 feet, Tews Falls is the second highest waterfall in southern Ontario.
Trillium and Tree Trunk
A single trillium at the foot of a large tree trunk in Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park
An early autumn morning at Spencer Creek with Websters Falls in the background.
Burleigh Falls in early spring where Lovesick Lake drains into Stoney Lake.
Burleigh Falls, Ontario
Don Valley Sunrise
An autumn view of the Don Valley and the Toronto skyline from the Leaside Bridge. This is a challenging spot to make a photo because of the TTC buses that roar past every few minutes and make you feel like you’re on a suspension bridge.
A carpet of fall colour at the foot of Tiffany Falls.
Wide Angle Bluffs
A wide-angle lens helps to emphasize the high cliffs below Bluffs Lookout at Bluffer's Sand Beach.