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Lake Ontario, the site of Tim's pictures, is 7,300 square miles in size, making it roughly as big as New Jersey (Tim Corbin)

Frozen in time: Photographer's stunning images show trees covered in ice by sub-zero Lake Ontario

Winter weather normally generates depression and frustration - but these stunning images may make you feel differently.
Photographer Tim Corbin's spectacular winter-themed snaps show the effect of sub-zero temperatures on a stretch of Lake Ontario between Whitby and Oshawa.
His pictures show trees encased in ice after violent storms on the Canadian lake threw water against the shore.
Tim, originally from sunnier Trinidad, only got into photography two years ago, but now snaps his surroundings in eastern Ontario. You can see Tim's pictures on his 'In Plain Sight' website here.

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