Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Lake Ontario/ Watery Wednesday

Lake Ontario between Colborne and Trenton, Ontario

Sunny skies, cold air and choppy water

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

 

31 comments:

Kathy said...

How long till spring? That just looks soooo cold!

SouthernSass said...

Love that shot - it looks really cold!

Gill - That British Woman said...

It's down right balmy today isn't it, to what it has been!!

Gill

Small City Scenes said...

The blue of the water is so blue in contrast to the frozen white edges. MB

aka Penelope said...

I like how the bubbly surf meets the snowy shore shown in your captures. No matter how cold it gets, life seems brighter when the sun shines through. :)

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Beautiful shoreline with the contrast of blue sunny skies and the white...? I assume that is not sand but snow and ice? brrrrrrr!

B-b-b-b-beautiful, all the same!

Tricia said...

You summed it up perfectly! =)

Y. Ikeda said...

It looks soooo cold but the weather is lovely!

kaye said...

how pretty--but it looks very chilly.

Paulie said...

I am so jealous!!!!!!! The two things I love the most -- the water and snow! How beautiful!

Jack said...

I am with the others. It looks very, very cold.

Rebecca said...

Wow, so much ice.

cieldequimper said...

Wowee, that's just like an Atlantic beach! GORGEOUS.

VP said...

A spectacular, if chilling, view!

ewok1993 said...

This image does say cold! Keep warm.

NatureFootstep said...

hm, strange, just realised that I never seen a Huge vater surface in wintershroud. It looks like an ocean but I know it is a big lake.

Hope everything is OK as you needed some peace. :)

George said...

I really like this picture. The ice-covered rocks match the wave crashing on shore. Absolutely beautiful.

Carletta said...

Great composition and even though I know it is very cold it is somehow soothing as well.
I really like this one!

Sarah said...

What gorgeous colours! Cold looking though!
I can't tell the difference between 72 and 300 on the blog so maybe I should go for the 72. Thanks for the advice!

Mark said...

Wow that is so foreign to me today, it is a summer stinker 100 degrees today. Thanks for your kind words on my blog

Birdman said...

Lots of blue out there.

Arija said...

Hi there, I have nothing against your frozen lakeside either although I would not necessarily like to go in for a swim.
A lovely view and a great place for a brisk walk.

Randy said...

Wow that is beautiful.

Farmchick said...

Beautiful, but way too cold!!!!

The Clip Cafe said...

The water goes out for miles! Like to be there today :-)

kaye said...

I'm excited to be reading War and Peace with you, I'm posting my first mid-week blues tomorrow. I've enjoyed your pictures so much I thought I'd try it.

Kristin said...

It looks like it is still snowing at your side of the country. It's mid January now, and its really hot here at my place, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Beautiful photo of yours. Wonder how is it like to experience winter.
Have a nice day.

Andy said...

Great minds think alike. My post for Watery Wednesday is also one of Lake Ontario.
The bandshell on my blog is located in the park behind Pickering's City Hall.

Reader Wil said...

Very impressive beach! Ice, snow and wild water! Great picture of what winter can do!

Birgitta - foto CHIP said...

Great nature in this picture and I love the colours :)
All the best to you!

http://fotochip.blogspot.com

Viola said...

Stunning photo! Beautiful waves coming in.. :)

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