Canada has always been a favorite for travelling to me. During the past decade of business travelling I visited Canada four times, three of which I spent acound Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal. Canada is so easy to get around, has beautiful nature, easy-going and very welcoming people. One of the reasons I’ll be living there soon myself!
Nice view from CN tower down to snow covered Toronto in March 2016.
Many Canadian cities are labled with huge letters somewhere in there downtown area. Not, that this city wouldn't have any other remarkable landmarks...
Frozen lakes and rivers at Toronto Islands, where I hardly met any person during a day-long walk.
Photographed from Ward Island. I spent 5 hours walking around just to wait for the sun set. Almost missed the last ferry back.
For an interesting picture it is always worth to leave your camera standing at exactly the same spot for 3 hours...
In March 2016 I visited Niagara Falls for one day and was impressed by their appearance. Not so much impressed I was by the city itself, which more looked like an outdoor casino.
Everything close to the falls get's covered in ice
That's a very strange town... can't get any more touristy than that. Casinos and hotels in every corner. Luckily, not so much tourism during the winter.
That's a view I'd never seen before... when seing pictures of Niagara Falls, their original context ist usually missed - now I know why.
Freezing weather in February 2015
Venue of the legendary Hypthermic Half Marathon
That was definitely my hardest half marathon - wind chill temperatures at -25 to -30 degrees and 100% snow coverage on the streets...
Finished the half marathon at freezing temperatures in about 1hr 55min. Pretty good for those conditions.
View from Ottawa/Ontario to Gatineau, Quebec - seperated by Rideau River. Picture taken in January 2018.
20cm thick ice, but still not enough to open this year's skating season
The world's longest ice skating rink, roughly 8km in full lenght!
Spanning across Rideau River from Ontario to Quebec