Life Through The Lens – Part II – September 12 Image

I was in downtown Hamilton for a few minutes this morning and on my walk I came across this pile of steel scaffolding parts, all neatly stacked. 



Life Through The Lens – Part II – May 4 Image

This afternoon I was in downtown Trenton and I was wandering around looking for interesting subjects. There were several to be found but my eye is more often than not drawn to unusual or abstract subjects. I found this old, steel staircase to a dilapidated building. It wasn’t so much the staircase that drew my eye but the rusty steel treads. I love this kind of abstract stuff!


Life Through The Lens – Part II – September 15 Image

This afternoon I was wandering along Concession Street in Hamilton. I stopped at one of the small parkettes and snapped a hot of the “uglier” parts of Hamilton. This is the area where Hamilton got its nickname of Steel Town. 2 big steel mills are located here. 1 is still in full production and the other is used occasionally. But as you can see from the image there is still lots of green in the city!


Life Through The Lens – Part II – June 1 Image

This morning I drove down to the Burlington Lift Bridge and walked around the piers. As always there were hundreds of gulls, geese and a few swans about. This is a shot of the gulls on a rocky outcropping with one of Hamilton’s steel mills in the background. 


Image from April 20

After an attempt to drive through freezing rain and a blinding snowstorm from Montreal to Quebec City this morning I got turned around by the Provincial Police since the roads were being closed. I made it back to Montreal and found this steel grate that was a wee bit colorful!

Photographed in Montreal, Quebec

Man’s Impact on Nature

Thousands of these gulls nest alongside the shoreline of one of the most polluted bodies of water in Ontario, Hamilton Harbor.

In the background is one of Hamilton’s steel mills, the leading contributors to the pollution