Wednesday, January 11, 2012

H/ Alphabe-Thursday

 HARBOUR at Parry Sound, Ontario

Anyone in the north dreaming of warm, sunny weather? Well, here's a blast of sunshine from last summer, all celebrating the letter H.

 HARBOUR at Collingwood, Ontario

Ah, feel that sun?

HARBOUR at Beaverton, Ontario

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE

35 comments:

Kathy said...

I love all the activity you can find going on in the middle picture!

aka Penelope said...

Ah ... thanks for this! I feel much warmer already. :)

RedPat said...

It's nice to look back at those warm days!

Lowell said...

What the H-eck are you doing, trying to confuse everybody? And now that the northerners are serenely ensconced in warm summer weather, how many do you think are going to want to return to winter? Sheesh!

Nice memories, though!

Michelle said...

Everything really is more beautiful in your neck of the woods. :)

Sandra said...

a very beautiful light house and lovely lovely views in your photos

Jill said...

Just LOVE that lighthouse!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

So now I need another trip to the coast!

Viola said...

Such a nice harbour tower! :)

And what gorgeous pictures under.., with the swans.. The one copy the other's movements, haha.. I would really like to see that..! :D

The earliest I've ever bathed is in the beginning of May, in a small and very cold river.. wow! And the ground was early the same morning frozen to zero.... :))

Karen S. said...

yes, I think I did feel the sun! What a lovely day out in the world with your pictures! Very nice!

Janie said...

I can feel the summer sun in all of these photos. Ah, so warm!

Susan said...

Oh boy oh boy! I love these pictures, especially the last one with the bit of sunset in the clouds. I wanna go there!

Lavender Cottage said...

Warm and sunny harbours, good choice of locations to feature too.
Judith

Jenn Jilks said...

Love Parry SOund. Great harbour photos!
Thanks for visiting!

edenhills said...

The greens are just beautiful! I love your lighthouse picture.

Gillian Olson said...

Thanks, I can almost feel the heat.

George said...

These are wonderful pictures for the letter 'H'. I like the sky and water in your last picture, and the lighthouse(?) in the first.

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

That harbour is beautiful. Lovely colors in your photographs.

Michelle a.k.a. Farmchick said...

So beautiful and inviting.

Vicki/Jake said...

Well, we don't have the usual snow for this time of year, but is sure is cold...this looks Heavenly!

Rose said...

EG, that last shot is just fabulous...and the others are good, too, but the last just pulls me in.

Randy said...

That is one beautiful lake.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

These pictures are filled with such warmth.

anitamombanita said...

Not only sunny and warm, but peaceful too!

ellen b. said...

Your harbour shots are so lovely. I wish I was standing at the shore at each of them...

Pondside said...

Summer - was it a dream? There's nothing quite like an Ontario lake town - so pretty.

☆☆Mumsy said...

Wow..I love your photos of the harbour! They look just so inviting and fantastic.

Riet said...

Great harbour photo's. Hope we get summer soon but first we still don't have winter here so that should come soon.
Love the h word

taylorsoutback said...

A perfect choice for the letter H!
Thank you for sending the warmth of the sun and the lovely blue waters on this snowy, cold day!!

Francisca said...

Three lovely and very different harbours. Such a sweet lighthouse in Parry Sound.

Sue said...

Makes me want to visit Ontario!

=)

VioletSky said...

That was a nice blast! Thank you.

Judie said...

I'm feelin' it! I'm definitely feelin' it!

Andy said...

Hello.
It's freezing he today in the States. Please send some of that warmth our way!
Lovely photos.
Thanks for sharing.

Harp Of My Soul

Jenny said...

These are absolutely beautiful photographs...

The lighthouse is Heavenly...

I love light houses...

Thanks for this fabulous link to the letter "H"!!!

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