Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Dreaming of Summer/ Watery Wednesday

Not much sailing happening on Musselman's Lake these days



You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com

48 comments:

Ann said...

Thank you for calling in to see my blog. What a beautiful snow scene, perfectly shot, I cant believe the temperatures in your previous posts -24 c ....brrrr
we are -2c today, and everybody I have met today has said its soooo cold....-24 the Uk would grind to a halt!!

Pia K said...

I always find boats in snow, or stuck like this, quite sad, I'll hang on to the "dreaming of..." from now on instead. Nice capture!

Steffe said...

I wonder why the owner has left it like that for the winter.

Dianne said...

I just know there's water under there! ;)

PERBS said...

You still have that beautiful snow! I enjoy your photos of snow so much! Am hoping that we get a little more before winter is over. The boat in the snow photo is such a contrast!

Old Wom Tigley said...

A delightful view.... cold yes.. but oh so nice.

Glad for the visit and your welcome back to blogland... ;o)

Small City Scenes said...

I am so ready for sunny warm days.MB

antigoni said...

Three posts (from My world to Watery wednesday) with beautiful photos and moments. Great work.

Jan said...

Great photo, I love the composition and I know there's liquid under all the frozen water.

lisaschaos said...

It looks much the same way around here. :)

Gill - That British Woman said...

what a super photo. I am surprised the hull of the boat isn't cracked with the ice?

Gill

ilanadavita said...

Nice capture from a great angle.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Great shot and I think the title is very appropriate. That poor little loney boat is just sitting there out of water waiting for the ice and snow to melt.

RuneE said...

Bingo - one for me!!!

Ms. Hays said...

Not in the frozen stuff... there isn't!

richies said...

You can always dream

An Arkie's Musings

Crafty Gardener said...

Memories ... I used to go swimming at Musselman's Lake when I was little.

GrandmaKathleen said...

Your scene is a familiar sight around here in RI, the ocean state. I don't know why boaters do not take in their boats for the winter, it is like they have abandoned them.
Nice photo would make a lovely painting.

beautiful said...

Not much sailing? Ah, I see what u mean ...

Mojo said...

Not unless you're sailing an ice breaker I'd say! I'm guessing the owner of that boat is anxious for the spring thaw!

BJ Roan said...

Cold shot for sure. Stay warm.

Carletta said...

Ha! A frozen lake. Wish I'd thought of that. Actually I have one too.
This is gorgeous! See there was some sun.

kden said...

Unbelievable! All of your photos are so beautiful. Perfection. Can you tell that I am almost speechless?

Arlene said...

Nice snowed river shot! Happy Water Wednesday!

Becky and Gary said...

It looks just like things around here. I am so tired of winter already!
B.

Guy D said...

Haha I feel your pain. Great shot.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

dot said...

I must admit I've never seen a boat in the snow like that. Good shot!

Natural Moments said...

I like this photograph, it has a good feel to it. We can put some ski's on the bottom of it and watch it cruise the ice.

Normz said...

excellent post! a very cold and wonderful place.

The Right Blue said...

Aww, the poor little boat looks quite forlorn. Nice photo, however.

Bobbie

Mamapippa said...

But even snowy water, is water !
Brrr, cold ....

People with Cameras said...

Fantastic photo!

judi said...

Perfect mood! Great shot and thanks for finding it and leaving it here to check out when I feel like there isn't sunshine in my life.

see you there! said...

I like the summer boat on the winter lake. I'd never have known there we water under that snow.

Darla

Digital Flower Pictures said...

I am dreaming about spring and summer.

tr3nta said...

I'm back from vacation happy 2009... your photos are great as always.

Connie said...

Such a loney boat. Beautiful.

Kerri said...

I'm surprised it would be left out like this. Does make for an interesting shot....and LOVE the shadows!

George said...

What a beautiful picture -- even if it is cold. I'm ready to see water instead of ice. Thanks for visiting my site.

Rose said...

What an appropriate title! I like this shot.

maryt/theteach said...

Wow, EG! It's a gorgeous lake even in Winter! :)

Darla said...

That's a beautiful photo.

Tarolino said...

The water is there - underneath. Cracking the ice is just too much work for this fellow stuck out there. Pity it's left like that. But your picture is gorgeous. I would still beg to be sent some snow but last night we had some - finally. Allthough it being warm again I don't think we'll hang on to it very long. Allready it has dropped of the trees.
Your other pictures are all very good too.

Deborah Godin said...

That's a nice contemplative photo - but I think the boat owner is going to have some real work to do later on!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Not land locked, but ice locked.

Judy said...

Thought it would be the same old story, till I scrolled down a little and saw the boat. That really makes it a more complex story! Thanks for sharing!

Mary said...

how wonderful!

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