Sunday, March 6, 2011

Lake Huron/ Scenic Sunday

Lake Huron at Goderich, Ontario

The snow fence keeps much of the snow from blowing around creating white outs. I love the way the grass has not been beaten down by the snow.

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27 comments:

Mark said...

So it works just like sand dune barriers here. Cool pic

Lorna said...

I was surprised at how blue the water is but not that the grasses are still out there being hardy.

Boonie S said...

Wonderful photo. You are a very talented photographer.

All the best, Boonie

Stewart M said...

Nice pitures - I thought it was sand to start with. Like the idea that the picture can be a kind of trick - makes you look twice.

Stewart M - Australia

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

An excellent composition...could easily be a painting. But it doth look too cold for me! I wonder what is the temp of the water?

Jama said...

Looks so cold! I love lake/oceans...but with these much snow, I think I rather just stay at home!

Y. Ikeda said...

Year, it does look cold but the water is not frozen. I like the composition of this image.
Have a wonderful Sunday.
Yoshi

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I really like the contrast of the snow and the fence.Beautiful shot.

Judy said...

One thing I do miss living here in SW Wisconsin is seeing Lake Michigan in all the seasons. There's just something about all the Great Lakes.

John S. Mead said...

Beautiful image... the snow can fool the eye here and look like sand...after the tough winter we had here, I think I'll let my mind go with the view of sand and pretend this is a warm summery scene...LOL

Thanks!

Lorac said...

You've out done yourself EG! Nice work.Makes me want to go back to Goderich for a visit. Can't say I have ever been in the winter.

texwisgirl said...

Haven't seen snowfences since my youth in Wisconsin. Brought back memories of drifts and snow dunes!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I'm a sucker for oat grass, and I love the snow and the grass together.

VP said...

A 'cold' but spectacular perspective!

Jarart said...

It almost looks like white sand on a beach! Very pretty.

Randy said...

At first sight I thought is was a white sand beach. Very lovely!

Halcyon said...

A very pretty scene!

Jan said...

Great shot, I knew those fishermen were cold!

Coffee Queen said...

When I was a kids I lived in Michigan for a while. We would visit Lake Michigan in the winter and it would be FROZEN....at least near the shore. When I tell people in California that they NEVER believe me! Lake Tahoe doesn't feeze, so therefore no lake must freeze???

GREAT shot, brought back great memories!

Greyscale Territory said...

Wonderful contrast between the blue of the water and the white of the snow! I didn't know about snow fences! Interesting shot!

NatureFootstep said...

very scenic. :) and.... great composition. :)

Farmchick said...

Nice shot and I will just pretend that white snow is white sand. lol

Paulie said...

A perfect combination indeed!!!!!!!!!

George said...

This is a beautiful shot. The snow fence and the grass complement each other very nicely.

Janie said...

It's nice to see the grass looking perky. It must be hopeful that spring sun will be coming soon.
Nice photo of the snow fence.

Winchester Daily Photos said...

I did think it was beautiful pale sand at first!

Leora said...

Gorgeous: like others, I love the way the snow looks like sand. And how the strip of luscious blue water peeks through.

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