Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
I think Little Lake is a big one! The water is certainly a beautiful blue.
Another fabulous shot!Wonderful blue lake!Léia
It looks like a peaceful place, good for a long walk.
it's very pretty.
Probably could have been 'cold' Lake.
Hi!It's beautiful! So peaceful and relaxing. Have a great day!SherrieFood for Thoughthttp://100sweets.blogspot.com/2011/05/garden-gates.html
Beautiful shot, EG. Great idea to have the tree in the shot.We have a Big Lake here, right through the woods. When Kylee was little she thought it should be called Long Lake instead. and she is right. haha! MB
That's a pretty sky. I went looking for photos yesterday and found mostly gray skies.
That cloudy blue sky is absolutely gorgeous!
Definitely not little! But I do like the name, very cute :D
So beautiful and calm. :)
Don't you just love that beautiful blue water? So much better than all the snow!B.
Would you say it is "little" compared with, say, Lake Superior or Lake Michigan, or Lake Erie?Just kidding. If you want to see little lakes, come to Florida - we have thousands of them in the central part of the state.
Pretty clouds, and I like the tree trunk framing.
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Beautiful composition. The colors are rich without being over the top. I like this one.
Love lakes. Sigh.
Great shot! That tree gives the picture wonderful depth, and I love the colors!My macro flowers are some kind of anemones, called hvitveis in norwegian. Hvit = white.The mellow yellow is a boathouse by a fjord. Not one of the famous fjords; our area is criss-crossed with small fjords and inlets.The blue boat is probably a fishing boat, and he probably hasn't caught anything yet, or the air around him would have been filled with seagulls waiting for him to start cleaning the fish :-)
I'd like to spend the day there. Very scenic, and calm water always exudes peace.
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