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Skating on the pond

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On thousands of frozen ponds across Canada, impromptu hockey games take place in the winter. After a long ice hockey strike/lockout, the Toronto Maple Leafs are playing again and folks are getting back in the spirit. This pond is located in the township of Wainfleet near the shore of Lake Erie. I'm pretty sure the pile of reeds near the chair is a beaver lodge.

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A: Storm Line Approaching

Фотограф: Clay Morehead, На расстоянии 760 метров отсюда

A line of squalls approaches my house from Lake Erie. Strong winds, hail and the possibility of torna...

Storm Line Approaching

B: Super Moon

Фотограф: Clay Morehead, На расстоянии 940 метров отсюда

On June 23 2013 there was a super moon rising 10 minutes after the sunset. Here in the harbour at the...

Super Moon

C: The Inconvenience Mall

Фотограф: Clay Morehead, На расстоянии 1.5 км отсюда

Along the highway West of Port Colborne, sits an abandoned building with the words "In-Convenience Ma...

The Inconvenience Mall

D: Lest We Forget

Фотограф: Clay Morehead, На расстоянии 2.0 км отсюда

Remembrance Day ceremony in the town of Port Colborne November 11, 2012. Veterans, Legion members, fa...

Lest We Forget

E: The Quarry

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This is a panoramic photo of a quarry in Wainfleet, Ontario. It was once used as a quarry but it is n...

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F: Guild Hall, Port Colborne

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Rod stands proudly next to his Model-T truck outside the Guild Hall in Port Colborne, Ontario. Port C...

Guild Hall, Port Colborne

G: Oldest House in Port Colborne

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The oldest house in Port Colborne is at King and Sugarloaf Streets in Port Colborne. It is currently ...

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H: Fireworks in Port Colborne

Фотограф: Clay Morehead, На расстоянии 2.6 км отсюда

Each year at the beginning of August, the town of Port Colborne, Ontario holds a Marine Heritage Fest...

Fireworks in Port Colborne

I: Ships making ready

Фотограф: Clay Morehead, На расстоянии 2.6 км отсюда

Its the end of February on the Great Lakes and its been an unusually warm year. For the first time in...

Ships making ready

J: Cruise Night with Port Camera Club

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The Port Colborne Camera Club turns out for the 4th Cruise Night in Port Colborne. The streets are cl...

Cruise Night with Port Camera Club

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Text by Steve Smith.

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