Posts Tagged ‘Canon EF 70-200mm f/4 L’

City TV reporter in floodwaters, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands


A City TV reporter reports from the flooded fields in front of the Annex.

Floodwaters encroach the tarmac, Toronto City Center Airport, Toronto Islands

Tarmac Encroachment

Floodwaters rise towards the tarmac at the Island airport.

A cat wants inside, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Enough Already

A cat on Lakeshore has had enough of the rain.

Media coverage of Bayview sandbagging, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

In The Media

News crews cover the beginning of Bayview sandbag operations.

Mute swans sleeping on ice, Centre Island, Toronto Islands

Where’s Waldo?

Mute swans snooze the afternoon away on the snowy ice off of the boardwalk towards Centre Island.

Snowy owl on ice, Outer Harbour, Toronto Islands

Snowy Striations

A snowy owl rests  on the ice south of the boardwalk, by Snake Island.

Frost flowers closeup, Eastern gap, Toronto Islands

Bundles of Love

Frost flowers cover perfect black ice in the Eastern gap.

Fashion shoot in snow, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Gaga Beach

You just never know who you’ll meet on Ward’s beach.

Ongiara in ice, Inner Harbour, Toronto Islands

Boat to Nowhere

Ongiara makes her way across the harbour through the thickest ice seen in years.

X-country skiing, Inner Harbour, Toronto Islands

Lost in the Barrens

A couple skis on the inner harbour in near-whiteout conditions.

Ice sculpture formation, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

The Forming

Waves break against the navigation light at the end of Ward’s beach in -20°C weather, building up layers of ice to form a new version of this previous ice sculpture.

Ice volcano eruption, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Unfocused Eruption

Boardwalk and Centre Island pier, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Distant Pier

Ice and waves are driven under a hard westerly wind, looking west towards the Centre Island pier from Ward’s Island beach.

Photographer on ice mountains, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Double Double

A photographer stands on the edge of an ice volcano.  A risky place to stand, the edges can have an inconsistent density, and can easily collapse under a human’s weight.

Climbing ice mountains, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Beach Mountaineering

Islanders go mountaineering on Ward’s beach, giving a sense of scale to the amount of ice built up in just over a day.

Ice covered breakwall, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands


The navigation light on the breakwall at the end of Ward’s beach, coated in ice, points the way to heavy steam coming off of Lake Ontario.

Mallard duck on ice floe, Eastern Gap, Toronto Islands

Duck Floe

A female mallard relaxes on a small ice floe floating in the eastern gap.

Waiting Shed, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Waiting Shed

Ice-coated branches frame the waiting shed on Ward’s after the ice storm of December 2013.

Algosteel, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Algosteel on Ice

The Algosteel arrives in Toronto Harbour, one of the last ships of the season, after the ice storm of December 2013.

Pine needles coated in ice, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands

Needlework II

Evergreen needles are sheathed in ice after the ice storm of December, 2013.

Icey giraffe, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands


A whimsical giraffe coated in ice after the ice storm of December, 2013.

Transformer surrounded by ice, Ward's Island, Toronto Islands


A transformer, itself clear of ice, is surrounded by ice coated branches after the ice storm of December 2013.

Ferry William Inglis in ice, Inner Harbour, Toronto Islands


William Inglis makes her way through the frozen inner harbour, now completely covered in snow after a December blizzard.

Ferry William Inglis in ice, Wards Island, Toronto Islands

The Strangest of Sights

William Inglis, navigation lights ablaze, approaches Wards Island through snow, ice, and winter ducks.