Friday, January 14, 2011

Cobourg Ice/ Weekend Reflections

Reflections on ice in Cobourg's harbour, last Monday

Monday was a bright (sometimes even SUNNY!) but cold day so my husband I drove south and east to Lake Ontario to visit in sun (or part sun) some of what we'd seen a week ago under thick overcast skies.

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31 comments:

George said...

You got great reflections in the ice. It looks smooth as glass.

clairz said...

So beautiful, so cold. Thanks for braving the low temps to get this photo.

Louis la Vache said...

An interesting contrast in light between this image and yesterdays' image. Both shout COLD in different ways.
;-D

http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

very nice reflection. that´s the kind of shot can let me think about the life
thanks
http://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/01/halmstad-among-dreams-and-reality/

see you there! said...

The ice reflects quite well and you got a great shot of it.

Darla

Jacob said...

Yowsa! You somehow managed to make this an enticing and yet forbidding photo. Of course, I live in Florida, which means I'm used to warm weather! Hah! It was 25 degrees when I got up this morning! Boo!

But it will go back to normal by Monday. Yeah! That will make all our Ontarions very happy!

Small City Scenes said...

I don't care if the sky is blue it still looks mighty cold.
But beautiful.
MB

Halcyon said...

A very nice scene. It looks still and peaceful. But definitely cold!

Sally in WA said...

The ice looks so smooth. It made for a great reflection.

Carla said...

You have some incredible photos on your these ones of the snow and so peaceful. Carla

Gine said...

Le fait que le reflet soit dans la glace ajoute du piquant à cette belle image !

Sylvia K said...

Freezing, but gorgeous!! And what terrific captures on the ice! I love it! Hope you have a great weekend! Stay warm!

Sylvia

cieldequimper said...

Ah yes, blue winter. :-)

Elisa said...

Such a wonderful reflection!

Dianne said...

I love the lines of the reflections

RedPat said...

You certainly travel around a lot! Another beauty!

Regina said...

How beautiful!
Happy weekend.

James said...

Dare I say "cool" shot? :)

Kim, USA said...

Looks cold but it very serene. Happy weekend!
Window Reflection

Karen said...

Smooth as glass, terrific shot.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That is a nice photograph. I bet there are lots of people hanging out in July.

Serendipity said...

I really love the beautiful blue-greys in this!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

You did not have to say that it was cold for me to "get the picture" here! Brrrrrr.... glad that you braved the chill to capture this reflection.

Mama Zen said...

That looks seriously cold!

Halcyon said...

Re your comment on my blog: I didn't put the fruit out for the juncos. It's for bigger birds, but it seems the mockingbirds like it best. There was also some seed on the ground (sunflower, etc) that the juncos were going for. They don't like to eat at the feeder so I always scatter a little for them too. :)

Woody said...

Pretty neat! You can almost imagine this as a summer shot (sans the snow). The distorted reflection could be from a gentle summer breeze (one can dream, can't one?)

Kay L. Davies said...

Worth going back for, definitely.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Randy said...

What a nice shot. Great reflection.

Clytie said...

That really does look cold - and beautiful.

ruma said...

A peaceful reflection atmosphere. . .

Thank you.
Saga, Japan.
ruma

Carletta said...

Just looking at that water makes me shiver. :)
A belated Happy New Year to you!

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