Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Port Hope/ Watery Wednesday

Lake Ontario at Port Hope, Ontario

Icicles and ice line the rocks and concrete on a cold early January day.

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

 

37 comments:

see you there! said...

Another one of your beautifully composed shots. Your photo's just get better and better.

Darla

Kathy said...

Now those are super-sized icicles!

Farmchick said...

The ice is very beautiful.

Rebecca said...

How beautiful! Gives me a chill but it sure is pretty.

ladyfi said...

Looks lonely - and yet so lovely!

Randy said...

Wow that is amazing! Great post!

Halcyon said...

Those are icicles! I have some mini ones up today.

Sally in WA said...

I like the effects of ice like this on the landscape. As long as it isn't MY landscape! :)

Kate said...

The frozen water really defines the weather!

cieldequimper said...

So many lovely colours here with the green just jumping out of the photo!

Diane AZ said...

Simply amazing to see all that ice! I like the scalloped pattern the icicles made from the concrete.

ewok1993 said...

this does look cold. but very beautiful.

Jacob said...

This is a super photo, but boy, does it look cold and bleak! Yikes! Hope you were dressed warmly when you snapped this one!

J Bar said...

Great shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Purple Haze said...

oh wow! what an interesting photo!!

VP said...

Love this image, but this is more More icy than watery!

mirage2g said...

Oh I love the frozen icicles oozing down! true, lonely but contrastingly attractive.

Lesley said...

the green adds a nice touch of colour.

George said...

The icicles are really beautiful. This is a wonderful photo.

Small City Scenes said...

Hi, I came back. Whoopee!!

All i can say about this lovely shot is--BRRRRR!!

I like your Hamilton?Burlington shots and info. very nice. Burlington is just a bout 20 miles N. of me. I bet not the same one though. LOL MB

Becky and Gary said...

Don't ya just love frozen water? I think it's so beautiful.
B.

Genie said...

The different colors you were able to capture in this shot are beautiful. Your composition is superb, but all of your work is that way. The ice is so pretty and COLD looking. It looks like there is a little green gnome sitting atop the tall structure. Such an interesting shot.

Naturegirl said...

Brrrr.....I am so happy that I'm in the warm desert!
Happy New Year to you! Stay warm!

jeannette said...

You're right...cold, but the colors are warm and inviting;) love that punch of green in there!

jabblog said...

Oh, so cold, but a perfect shot.

Cecilia Artista said...

Great shot - but it looks very icy and cold!

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful shot, the ice is beautiful.

Judy said...

One thing I do miss since moving is not being able to see Lake Michigan in the changing seasons. Especially winter shots like this one...Beautiful!

Cezar and Léia said...

All those ice in the stones are magnificent!
Amazing picture!
Léia

NatureFootstep said...

that´s a lot of ice. I liek the colors you got in this shot. Especially over the rocks.

momgen said...

Oh icy port. Happy WW!

Mine is here

Tricia said...

Ohhh too too cold! Cool frozen shot, though! heheheee

Miss Becky said...

I simply love the moodiness of your photos, and how you capture light. this has lovely color too. beautiful photo.

Hooked on Memes said...

Beautiful shot! One of the reasons we moved from Montreal to Vancouver was for the milder winters but the icy elements have such a beauty. I miss the crunchy sound when walking on dry packed snow.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

WATER SEEKERS

See the water seekers go
Up and down and to and fro,
Looking for a drop or two
Of wet stuff to share with you!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


Guadalajara Fountain

Reflections said...

Stunning... love the effect of the ice on the concrete and shoreline of rocks. Beautiful!

Rose said...

That place IS cold!

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