Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Freeze, Melt, Freeze/ Watery Wednesday

Cold, warm, cold, warm...and now it's cold again!

Happy Groundhog Day! Smile! Winter is officially half over.

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27 comments:

Rose said...

You sure got that right; it is still beautiful. It is just that this time of year I think our hearts all turn toward spring.

Tricia said...

Half over, THANK GOD! I'm sick of that cold warm cold warm thing, my nose is suffering from it, I look like Rudolf! hehehee

kaye said...

hooray! We woke to fog today.

Small City Scenes said...

Gray skies here today (except for a line of pink by Mt. Rainier) but I see no shadows so I am going to say, hopefully, that Spring is NEXT!!! Of course it is.

Lovely picture---if snow and freeze is lovely.

We are having mostly gray skies it is just that yesterday started out so brilliant. And the sun did shine on Mt. Baker but not on me. MB

Heidi said...

I am so tired of the snow melt cycle. I'm ready for full on melt. Beautiful photo though. I suppose we need to have long winters every once in a while to really appreciate the spring. :)

Jacob said...

I really like this shot...you've caught the ambivalence of winter very well...can drive one batty!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Sounds like us, EG... Rain, Sleet, Snow, Ice, Snow, Rain.... Who knows what is next???? ha

Hugs,
Betsy

storyteller said...

Visiting blogs like yours gives me a whole new appreciation for where I live ... though I do find you cold white wintry world BEAUTIFUL from a distance.
Hugs and blessings,
Small Reflections

Betty said...

Lovely picture. We have had the warmest January on record this year. Very strange.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a wonderful picture!
Here is snowing a lot and cold as well, but I imagine not so cold as there! :)
Hugs
Léia

Judy said...

You got a bit of blue sky in there, too, in the reflection. This is a true story of what this winter has been like!!

Photo Cache said...

You have had a rollercoaster weather ride this winter.

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2sweetnsaxy said...

Beautiful! I would love to find a spot like that. Hmmm... may have to drive up to the snow this weekend if it's not raining. Great shot!

amatamari© said...

Instead here forever and only cold..
:-(
Beautiful shot!

James said...

"Cold, warm, cold, warm...and now it's cold again" You just described the weather around me.
I love the shot.

Michael said...

Same cold warm thing over here. Makes for some nice pis though.

Carletta said...

Half over - yeah!
I still enjoy the part snowy part melted scenes like this lovely one.
Carletta’s Captures.

Lori E said...

We are so warm here on the west coast of Canada that we are trucking snow up the mountain for the Olympics coming soon.

We don't have any snow to freeze or melt.

Your photo captures all those things. I'd like to see the same spot in the other seasons.

vignette design said...

Yay! I like the part of winter being half over. Beautiful picture by the way! -Delores

B SQUARED said...

Nice shot but that darn groundhog wasn't cooperative.

see you there! said...

That spot in the middle where the ice has melted makes me feel hopeful.

Darla

Patti said...

Beautiful watery photo. I'm glad that winter is kinda winding down. The cycle continues..

We had snow overnight. Yesterday the grass was visible. Not today.

momgen said...

It is cool and pretty. Happy watery Wednesday.

Mine is up

Lara Neusiedler said...

ice has a special way of getting shapes and sizes...

George said...

I can only hope the second half goes by quicker than the first half did. I like your picture of the creek.

luna miranda said...

we are having great weather here but the changing weather is making me sick--bad cold and cough.:(

Colleen said...

I love this picture. Did you notice the heart shape that the puddle (for lack of a better word) makes?

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