How to Make the Most of the Canadian Winter
Bundle up! This inspiring collection of outdoor photography will encourage you to get outdoors and embrace the Canadian winter.
“I snapped this pic of my neighbours out for a family skate on a local pond,” says Marlyn Crotty of Conception Bay South, N.L.
Veronica Reist of Olds, Alta., shares this magical photo from the entrance of the ice castle on Lake Louise, Alta.
“Canadian winters are tough but so are the people,” says Cathy Gauthier of Magnetawan, Ont. “I captured this photo of my husband David and my daughter Shannon having some fun in the snow.”
Into the Mist
“It was a sunny, very cold day on Lake Louise,” writes Sally Peddle of Red Deer, Alta., “but the further out I walked, the foggier and colder it got, I was about to turn back when I saw these two people come out of the fog – so cool.”
“Our friend Jane and her son Ian accompanied a group of us snowshoeing up to Mt. Becher on Vancouver Island last year,” says Gordon Harris of Cumberland, B.C. “That’s Ian waiting for the rest of us to catch up!”
“I am originally from Scotland so I was amazed to see ice climbers scaling a cliff face,” says Sandy Sutherland of Calgary. “This was my first visit to Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park and I loved every minute of it.”
Isabel AuCoin of Edmonton shares this pic writing, “My son Ron snapped this photo of his wife Gwen near their home in Trenton, Ont.”