Tuesday, December 1, 2009

How About A Swim/ Watery Wednesday


Last one in is a silly goose!

Last Friday, Canada geese were hanging around the shore of Lake Simcoe in large numbers.


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29 comments:

Judy said...

Yes, the geese are still here, and I have no idea how they can stand the water temperature!!!
I love the bells, a couple posts back! The rust is an essential part of their charm!

Tricia said...

I'd love to go dive in & go for a swim, but the cold just MIGHT kill me, oh, can you imagine! heheheee
Beautiful scene

B SQUARED said...

You would have to be tough to swim on a day like that. It just looks cold.

Cezar and Léia said...

I liked your title, and It's about friendship as well!
All of them together like a family, and I imagine each one giving positive energies for sharing in this adorable lake. If just one can't swim all "family"helps and support him!
Wonderful post!
Léia

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Looks like it would be a COLD swim now, EG... Great Watery Wednesday photo.
Hugs,
Betsy

Jarart said...

Love this one! It makes me wonder if those are the geese that we will see here a few weeks from now on their stop over on the way further south.

Jacob said...

A very nice, restful scene...but I think it's probably too cold to swim except for Candadian Geese!

Small City Scenes said...

Neat shot, EG. One by one they go, no mad dash to see who the silly goose will be. MB

Lorac said...

I think they have been a little fooled with he weather we have been having. Although some think this is south enough!

Jenn Jilks said...

'Tis a bit chilly for a swim! But lovely to watch them...
Thank you for visiting My Muskoka !

George said...

I think it might be a little cold for a swim -- perhaps the water is warmer than the air. It's a great picture, though.

kaye said...

silly geese!

Photo Cache said...

I see some decided to stay home for the holidays.

Happy December.

Ewok
www.ewok1993.wordpress.com

Bestemor Drillo said...

A beautiful scene and pictures ;)
Have a nice WW.

Carolyn Ford said...

I love your title here! What a fabulous scene. Geese are such amazing birds and you captured and titled them well! Love it!

J Bar said...

Wonderful shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Cathy said...

Can't you hear what the one actually in the water is saying?
'Come on - its quite nice once your in' lol

eileeninmd said...

It looks too cold for me, but those Geese probably do not mind the cold water. Great photo.

teresa said...

Great Pics! There is something so relaxing about photos with geese. Nice job!

luna miranda said...

it's too cold for me--the water looks inviting though.:p

Becky and Gary said...

It does look inviting, but no thanks. LOL
B.

eden said...

The place is so relaxing and my big NO for swimming. The water looks freezing..lolz

see you there! said...

Great line up of the pier and the horizon. The geese look ready to get in.

Darla

Dagrun said...

I don't know, it looks pretty cold to me. Lovely shot though (as always from you!). Beautiful composition.

gengen said...

wow looks pretty place to visit...Happy watery Wednesday.

Guy D said...

Wonderful scene as always, I see the geese are still there as well, we still have lots here.

All the best.
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Kerri said...

Oh what a lovely shot!!

Annie said...

I love this blend of browns and blues.

Michelle said...

Hmmm...I couldn't reply to the sepia post, so I will do it here.

I like both shots, but I love the gritty look of the sepia shot. You can feel the texture.

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