A lone windswept pine frames the celestial equator near Parry Sound, Georgian Bay.
Venus and Jupiter streak past the Gibraltar Point lighthouse on the Toronto Islands during their conjunction of 2012, competing with star and aircraft trails from the nearby Toronto City Center Airport. The oldest remaining lighthouse on the Great Lakes, Gibraltar Point was constructed around 1808 and stands 82 feet tall.
Heavy fog shrouds Christmas trees, hung in the Ward’s Island traffic circle in preparation for the annual Spring equinox celebrations.
The light of the setting sun catches the lighthouse at Snug Harbour, in Ontario’s Georgian Bay.
The Prince Shoal, or Haute-Fond Light, rises above the oily-calm waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, offshore from Tadoussac, Quebec. An armored Goliath of concrete and steel, its unique shape helps it to shed the crushing sea ice of winter.
Part of a larger panorama, featuring moonrise over the seaside town of Manarola, Cinque Terra, Italy.
The ferry Ongiara plies the waters of Toronto’s inner harbour during a sudden February cold snap.
The pier at Centre Island stands in stark silhouette on the Toronto Islands.
Fallen trees reflect in the eerie light of Snug Harbour, Toronto Islands.
August stars streak over the Bustard Islands’ lighthouse and twin ranges.
The eastern gap breakwall, slowly crumbling into the inner harbour, frames the Toronto skyline on a clear winter’s night.
Lit by the light of the rising full moon, an inukshuk stands lonely vigil over October starlight.
Twilight settles over Mont St. Michel in Normandy, France.
The rising full moon competes with the night sky over Big McCoy Island, silhouetting a classic Georgian Bay tree.
The ferry Ongiara streaks towards Toronto in this wintertime long exposure.