Two spaceships beautifully blocking the view of Canada’s East coast at sunset.
Peterborough, ON - and the Trent Severn waterway.
Milton, ON, where I grew up on a farm and graduated high school. The Niagara Escarpment clearly visible on the left.
Space Station over Toronto, lovely time lapse photo taken by friend Andrew Yee on 13 Feb.
The grappling mechanism at the tip of Canadarm2. The cables snare a shaft and pull in, the teeth lock it in place.
Calgary at night, shining in the foothills of the Rockies. Nose Hill Park really stands out.
Sarnia, Ontario, the town of my birth. So great to see the lights of home in the night.
Crawled up to a hard-to-access Station window - guess what this Canadian saw? Look close for the crescent Moon, too.
On the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto. Canada’s most populous city.
La Ville de Quebec pendant la nuit - Quebec City at night.
Canadian Astronaut, currently living in space aboard ISS as Flight Engineer on Expedition 34, to be Commander of Expedition 35.