Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Ice Cream?/ Watery Wednesday

Sunday evening at Lake Simcoe

As much as she liked the geese and no matter how much they begged,  she wasn't sharing her ice cream with them. Do you blame her?

Summer begins officially today at 1:16pm EDT.

I am linking to Watery Wednesday where you can find many more watery photos.

46 comments:

see you there! said...

Awww, I'm sure the geese asked nicely too.

Darla

aka Penelope said...

Summer is officially here but in your part of the world it seems to have arrived early. The orange sky and silhouettes are lovely. This photograph inspires one to weave a story.

texwisgirl said...

great shot!

Judy said...

Wonderful shot EG...

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I would not share my ice-cream with the geese,but I am glad you shared this picture.It is gorgeous.

Kathy said...

What a great summer scene ~ ice cream and a beautiful lake.

Amila Kanchana said...

Spectacular scene!

Jarart said...

This is a fantastic shot!

Malyss said...

So many stories could be told from this picture!I'd like to be there with her!

Lúcia said...

Very beautiful shot!
Well done. ;-)

Reader Wil said...

The colours of your photo are so beautiful! Watery Wednesday would also be perfect for ABC Wednesday for the letter of this week: the W!

cieldequimper said...

Well... we don't want diabetic geese anyway now, do we?

Gorgeous shot.

RedPat said...

I always think that you do great skies and great water and you have combined them here! Fabulous!

Leora said...

I'm enjoying the orange tone of this photo and its silhouette like appearance.

ewok1993 said...

she found the perfect spot to eat her ice cream.

Lindy MacDuff said...

Perfect image for the first day of summer. This is lovely!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'm sure the geese were very disappointed!

IT DOESN’T TAKE AN OCEAN

It doesn’t take an ocean
Or a mighty sea,
A simple little raindrop
Is enough for me!

I also like the jewels
Scattered in the grass
After summer thunderstorms
Soak the earth and pass.

There’s also perspiration
Clinging to a nose—
A sign of honest labor,
Or so I suppose!

Wonderful, most wonderful,
Are the seven seas,
But give me downy snowflakes
Clinging to the trees!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Papaoneone Beach

Vintagesouthernlife said...

Beautiful shot... enjoyed the poetry as well!

Kay L. Davies said...

I love this photo. I'm not sure ice cream is good for geese anyway. We always tell our dog she's better off having plain yogurt.
— K

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

Farmchick said...

I would love to be there right now!

Lesley said...

She is such a tease!

Karen said...

Maybe she's eating orange sherbert...would match the sky. A gorgeous shot!

Jacob said...

What a fantastic photo! The silhouettes and light are superb!

Judy said...

That golden light is just gorgeous!!

Jane said...

I don't share my Ben & Jerry's with anyone :-)

Fabulous photo - such a clear shot and the colors of the sky reflected in the water are just lovely.

Randy said...

I hope she shared.

kanak7 said...

Wonderful photo! Fabulous colours!!

Andrea said...

What a wonderful scene! It is just a pity she has two but didn't share with those 2 hopefuls!

Rose said...

Beautiful image, EG.

Martha Z said...

This shot looks soo refreshing. Here the weather decided if it is summer the temperature should be 100+.

Jack said...

Nice one, EG. I can rationalize this: "I know these geese want my ice cream, but I think I read something about ice cream being toxic to geese . . . I'll just finish it off and protect these guys."

Ann said...

Came via reader wil's site to add to your interest of the wizard of Christchurch.

This is my second comment.


Once, we had a party, he came uninvited with a friend who was invited. he didn't dress as the wizard, Just a very smart man in a business suit.

No, I didn't go and talk to him, I didn't want to embarass him. He has a masters in sociology. He was wearing a suit, and his long hair was briushed to the back, so you can't tell that he was the wizard. My daughter listened to him and says he was very clever.

I didn't listen to him because I can't get over him coming to my house unvited, and every time, we have a census, he takes a group of his followers in a boat so they don't have to be counted.
Of course, the police will wait the next morning to get them to be counted.
He lost credibility when he "ran" away after the earth quake.

Jama said...

An awesome shot!

Lew said...

Beautiful! At least she shared the sunset.

Luna Miranda said...

oh, poor creatures..all they can do is watch!:p beautiful capture.

enjoy the summer!

SquirrelQueen said...

What a beautiful shot. I'm sure the geese were very disappointed but I wouldn't have shared either.

Cecilia Artista said...

Great shot!
So beautiful!

PatioPatch said...

Ahh was my response - a heartwarming shot that goes with the golden glow. Beautiful silhouette

myorii said...

Too funny! Definitely an amazing photo :) I wouldn't share my ice cream with the geese either!

Small City Scenes said...

What a beautiful shot. I bet she is having Orange Sherbet too. MB

Stephany said...

Such a beautiful shot for the first day of summer! If you were as hot as we were, I don't blame her for not sharing. :)

kaye said...

what a perfect summer shot :)

Jj Rodriguez said...

maybe she is too hot to share it... LOL!

JJRod'z

Míriam Luiza said...

Ela não demonstra um pingo de vontade de repartir o sorvete! Bom verão!

Christine Gail said...

Beauty captured on camera. The colour and silhouette of this is wonderful! I love this photograph!

Christy

Limar said...

That is an absolutely gorgeous picture! :)

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