Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
The people have gone, but the benches are left. I get a feeling of quietness, silence, but also of expectation.
I could not face all this cold and snow for a picnic! :)But thanks so much for sharing such a wonderful landscape!Léia
With that kind of weather, I rather stay at home than going picnicking. Too cold. :p
I did in the 70s, sit in a snow laden park in Windsor Ontario and see the frozen ice flow down the Detroit river. Now it will be too cold for me.Meanwhile we have a heat wave in Australia.Thanks for visiting.
I would rather remember past picnics than have one now! I love the tranquility of this shot, though!
sometimes I would find little animal tracks in the snow on the benches, like they too were remembering the good times of summer and crumbs from a picnic. judi
Oh brrrrrrr!! frozen picnics? Such a lovely shot though. Do I see snow still coming down? We are so mild here that i bought Primroses and Daffodils to put in containers. MB
I think I'll pass on the picnic, but this certainly is a beautiful scene.
I'll bet that is a wonderful place to have a picnic in the SUMMER. Now? Look but don't touch, LOL!Darla
that looks a little too cold, but on Monday my kids actually went and had a picnic in the snow. they built a fire and roasted marshmallows.
Hmmmmmmm... .Maybe some "Snow Cream"... Ya think????? Don't think I'd sit down and eat though!!!! haGreat picture, EG.Hugs,Betsy
I'm ready if you are I'll bring the hot soup and a little broom to brush off the benches. Great picture. ~~Hugs~~
Pretty example of the wonders of wintery white landscapes.
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