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Choose from 77 pictures in our Lake Ontario collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Toronto in a crystal ball Featured Lake Ontario Print

Toronto in a crystal ball

A nighttime photo of buildings along the waterfront of Lake Ontario, in Toronto, which are reflected in a 3 inch crystal ball. Beautiful bokeh lights dance around the sphere

© marianna armata

2015, 548848919, Building Exterior, Canada, City, City Life, Crystal Ball, Defocused, Fortune Telling, Glass Material, Horizontal, Looking Through An Object, Night, Ontario Canada, Outdoors, Photography, Reflection, Sphere, Street Light, Toronto

Snow cover stretching from Canada southward to West Virginia Featured Lake Ontario Print

Snow cover stretching from Canada southward to West Virginia

March 6, 2010 - Snow cover stretching from Canada southward to West Virginia. The navy blue of the eastern Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean contrasts with the snow cover in this true-color image. South of Lake Ontario, the Finger Lakes resemble giant claw marks in otherwise snow-covered New York. Snow appears the most opaque in Ohio, central New York, and between Lake Huron and its neighboring lakes to the east. In Canada, the mottled appearance likely results from a combination of snow cover and forest

© Stocktrek Images

Satellite view of a frosty landscape across northern New England and eastern Canada Featured Lake Ontario Print

Satellite view of a frosty landscape across northern New England and eastern Canada

April 3, 2011 - Satellite view of a frosty landscape across northern New England and eastern Canada. The broad St. Lawrence River appears nearly black due to the low reflectance of light from the surface of the water. Where the St. Lawrence narrows, the city of Quebec, Canada can be seen as a grayish a??white area distinct from the snow surrounding it. Further south, the St. Lawrence forms the boundary between Canada and the United States as it empties into Lake Ontario. In the United States, eight states can be seen. From the north and east, they are: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and Massachusetts, all carring a distinct snow cover. Rhode Island, Connecticut and Pennsylvania appear to be mostly snow-free

© Stocktrek Images