A cormorant, perched on a dead tree, performs a partial eclipse of the sun.
A groundhog surveys the rocky landscape of the Canadian Shield, offshore from Georgian Bay’s Byng Inlet.
A muskrat chows down on a tasty tuber dug up from the Trout Pond.
A red fox relaxes in the deep snow of February.
A goose sits patiently on her nest, surrounded by feathers blown free by a recent windstorm.
A single Christmas tree, dried out for three months, goes thermonuclear during the annual Spring equinox bonfire on Ward’s Island.
The pier at Centre Island stands in stark silhouette on the 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.
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.
A great egret steps into the sunlight against a backdrop of pure shadow.
A painted turtle leans into the sunset light, basking in the beautiful warmth of long August days.
A beaver, reaching for a tasty low-lying branch, misses the target and sinks back slowly in the water.
A brown anole does its best to ward off the photographer on the Maritime Hammock Trail of the Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge.