Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Aubrey's Pond/ Watery Wednesday

This is the end of the ice-covering-the-pond photos for this year, I think


Winter isn't over yet, but the thick ice is melting and local ponds are beginning to look slushy and watery. How many more days till spring officially begins?  Yikes, I can count them on my fingers...almost! Whoo hoo!


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

 

19 comments:

Shammickite said...

The ice won't last long in this nice sunny weather.,

Small City Scenes said...

I know you are tired of the snow and ice and now the slush---but it sure makes for a pretty picture. Like you said Spring is very near. MB

see you there! said...

It looks pretty but it will be more fun to visit in a few weeks won't it?

Darla

Jacob said...

Very pretty. Probably best, though, that thou dost not attempt to go skating on this body of water!

Cezar and Léia said...

I also hope this is the end of the ice cold for this season (here included... ).
God bless you!
Cezar

Paulie said...

I wouldn't have minded a bit of that. . . I think maybe we need to change places. Spring came way too early for me.

Kathy said...

I've never seen a frozen pond. Amazing, isn'it it!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I've visited your daily photo every day for the past several months although I'm not an official "follower." Your photos are very special.

kaye said...

still good and frozen. My husband dis some rescue training in a lake that had 2 feet of ice on it still. He said it was kind of cool looking up and watching the bubbles from his regulator skimming along the ice bottom.

Photo Cache said...

I hope your winter ends soon, if that is what you want.

BTW, your link at the main page is incorrect. I couldn't get thru it, good thing you already commented on my post.

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Linda Jacobs said...

I like the layers in this picture and the row of, well, I'm not sure what they are, some kind of weeds sticking up in the middle.

J Bar said...

Good one.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Rose said...

I am just waiting for the day that I feel like sitting outside and having breakfast! The ice cannot leave too soon for me.

Craver Vii said...

Yes!! Soon, I will be visiting my favorite fishing holes to see if them little fishies missed me enough to come up and say hello.

Carletta said...

We hit 66 degrees today so I'm hoping snow is a thing of the past even though I know flurries are still possible.
Lovely winter scene!
Mine’s here: Round The Bend.

Luna said...

We've got ice too....
Great shots!
Happy Watery Wednesday...Luna

Spiderdama said...

Hope for spring soon! Nice place.

Becky and Gary said...

I'm with you. I'm counting the days, and counting the breaks in the ice on the creek. Can't wait!
B.

mitt vattenhål said...

You will definitely hit spring before me. You can see the ground a lot while we still have at least 50 cm still.... however the sun is warm so there is hope :-)


christina, Lingwall

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Judy said...

Spring is on it's way for everyone with signs of melting snow and ice. Nice photo.

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