The sun sets on ice drifting by the Centre side of the boardwalk.
The William Lyon Mackenzie slams past Ongiara, after helping to clear the dock of ice.
The ice storm makes the boardwalk treacherous, causing parks to ‘close’ it.
Sundogs appear over the Centre Island pier.
Perfect skating ice, all the way to the city.
Swans nap on an ice floe off of the boardwalk.
The sun rises on Ward’s beach, turned into a wall of ice during the winter of 2013-14.
The sun rises on a snow covered Ward’s Beach.
The sun sets on Ward’s beach, unrecognizable under a thick layer of ice more like a glacier than a freshwater beach.
Surveying the damage at Second St. and Lakeshore Ave. after the ice storm of December 2013.
Signs at the intersection of First and Channel, surrounded by broken tree limbs after the ice storm of December 2013.
Major tree damage in front of 22 Bayview Ave., after the ice storm of December 2013.
One of the new handcarts sits coated in ice after the ice storm of December 2013.
The Great Willow on Ward’s looks a little the worse for wear after the ice storm of December 2013.
A sign for Lakeshore Ave is almost completely hidden from the street by ice.
10 Lakeshore Ave. is surrounded by ice after the ice storm of December 2013.
The corner of Bayview and Third St. appears to lie in ruins after the ice storm of December 2013.
William Inglis makes her way through the frozen inner harbour, with the Toronto skyline as backdrop.
William Inglis sits in dock at Wards Island, the frozen lagoon visible in the foreground.
William Inglis approaches Wards Island through thickening ice in the frozen inner harbour.
William Inglis makes her way through a frozen inner harbour, approaching Wards Island.
William Inglis approaches Wards Dock through a track kept open in the ice, as twilight settles over the skyline.
Passengers depart William Inglis at Wards Island dock in a driving blizzard. The lights on her second deck have been turned off to provide power to heaters in the wheelhouses, the William Inglis and her sisters were never designed to operate in winter.
William Inglis slowly approaches Wards Island dock through accumulating ice, her bow adorned with icicles and snow.