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Don Sankey photographs

Don Sankey is another photographer who entered our photo contest. Here are his submissions. Of Inglis Falls, Don writes “A beautiful waterfall located at the edge of Owen Sound. A popular tourist site that captures the beauty of the Escarpment. I enjoy hiking the Bruce Trail that is located beside the falls.” “This Georgian Bay
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Photographs by Wendy Jenkins

Wendy Jenkins has entered these photos in our contest. Wendy notes “I saw four beautiful white-tailed deer coming up on the Escarpment behind Brock University in St.Catharines. We all were surprised to see each other.” “My three friends and I were very surprised and amazed to see this cute fawn sleeping in Heartland Forest near
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Photographs by Greg Coman

Here are entries to our photo contest by Greg Coman. Greg Coman’s recommendation: “Book yourself a campsite at Stormhaven Backcountry Campround in Bruce Peninsula National Park, so you can linger and watch the sun go down.” “A  familiar spot,” notes Greg, “yet still awe inspiring every time. Overhanging Point in Bruce Peninsula  National Park.” “The
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Arthur Weaver Photographs

Here is another photographer’s entries to our first photo contest. They were taken by Art Weaver on the Niagara Peninsula. Art writes “I took this picture of the Niagara River while hiking in the Niagara Glen early fall. The Glen is located half way between Queenston and the Whirlpool. Approximately 10,500 years ago the progress
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Photos by Betty Ghiendoni

Betty Ghiendoni of Thorold has submitted these photos for our contest. She writes that she’s “so happy… to share them with the people of Niagara Escarpment Views. Pictures were photographed with a Sony 12.1 Mega Pixels Cyber-Shot looking towards Niagara Falls.” “Morning Sunrise” was taken in February 2017 in her back yard in Thorold. “Early
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Snowbirds and Cameras

By Gloria Hildebrandt The Back Story: Organized by Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Halton Hills claimed to be the most patriotic town in Canada, by registering 57,073 flags flying by Canada Day, more than any other town in the country. Today the Snowbirds saluted the town by flying from Acton, over the Niagara
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New Conservation Area in east part of Hamilton

We’re happy to share this news just in, about new Escarpment lands to be protected: Hamilton Conservation Authority has successfully acquired a new parcel of land as a part of their Wetland Restoration Project and the new East Escarpment Conservation Area. The 10.18 hectare (25 acre) parcel of land is located on the east side
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Enter our Photo Contest!

In honour of our upcoming 10th anniversary issue, we are holding our first photo contest! All entries will be displayed on our website! Pass it on to your photography friends! More details here.

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First Photo Contest

In honour of our upcoming 10th anniversary issue, we are holding our first photo contest! Here are the important details. Theme: Your interpretation of a great Niagara Escarpment view. But show us something we haven’t seen before! Hint: see our back issue centre spreads for places we already know. Online, see them here. Prizes Include
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Hart’s Tongue at Canada Blooms

At Canada Blooms, the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance garden by Fern Ridge Eco Landscaping contains many Hart’s Tongue Ferns, which are rare wild plants living on parts of the Niagara Escarpment. They are assessed as a species of special concern as they may become endangered. They can’t easily be transplanted but fortunately, can be
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