Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Lake Simcoe/Watery Wednesday

Sunday afternoon near Jackson's Point on Lake Simcoe

In many places on Lake Simcoe the water is still unfrozen!

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

42 comments:

Giga said...

Czyli nie ma silnego mrozu, jak u nas teraz.Piękne zdjęcie i woda taka niebieska. Pozdrawiam. *** So there is a strong frost, as with us now. Beautiful photo and water so blue. Yours.

Jill said...

Beautiful crisp blues and whites! Sure looks cold!

Shammickite said...

Amazing to see so much open water at this time of winter.... it's been so mild!

Andy said...

Freaky winter, eh.

see you there! said...

I take it that normally the lake would be frozen solid. Looks cold as it is.

Darla

Sandra said...

this one looks like a beautiful painting

Kate said...

Water takes on so many different characteristics and forms. It's a well-composed photo with water as the main focus...nice job!

Gill - That British Woman said...

I would love to live right by the lake.......maybe the next house when we retire.

Gill

Leora said...

Brrr... lovely colors and composition. I like the way the photo draws you in.

Naturegirl said...

It is unusual to see the water this time of year..shows how mild temps have been.
Global warming I'd say.

kaye said...

It has been a mild winter--but I've been glad after last years eternal winter.

cieldequimper said...

It's very pretty like this but I suppose that frozen would mean normal...

RedPat said...

This is more what i would expect than the ice in yesterday's pic!

Susan said...

Brrrrr.....beautiful, really beautiful!

EG Wow said...

Red Pat,
Lake Simcoe is a much deeper lake than Lake Scugog. :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

The water may be unfrozen in parts, but gosh it looks cold there!

Photo Cache said...

It looks really cold.

Happy Wednesday.

Watery Wednesday

Riet said...

What a beautiful photo. Great shot

Sylvia K said...

What a gorgeous, wintery capture for the day! I love it -- even as I shiver! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy! Stay warm!

Sylvia

Lesley said...

I like this mixture of snow and water.

Cathy said...

That would be a good one to go on the wall of a 'blue' kitchen

Cathy
Still Waters

La Principessa Errante said...

Gorgeous shot, the light is just amazing, and those blues, just make me cold looking at it.

Lowell said...

I think I'd like to buy that house in the background. Could you check it out for me and see if the owners would come down a million or two? What a vista! Wow. Oh, I'd probably get up thataway only in the summertime. I don't know why.

Stephanie said...

It looks like a painting, beautiful scene!

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

Beautiful, but it still looks so cold!

Andrea said...

a really picturesque scene, wish you have posted more shots!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a layer cake, ice, water, ice, water, ice, water sky. Love it.

Randy said...

The water looks so beautiful.

Gillian Olson said...

I see you still have snow and ice, looks pretty cool on the lake.

Rinkly Rimes said...

You're having your mild winter we're having the wettest summer EVER!!!!!

NixBlog said...

Lovely capture. Warm water in photos today!

Paul in Powell River said...

Great capture! - one thing I don't miss is the Ontario ice. :D

Paulie said...

Beautiful capture of this unique winter!

Birdman said...

That's a BIG lake.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Looks cold tho...even if the water remains thawed. Wow...what a gorgeous setting. I could be in a cabin right now, on the shores of the lake with a huge window...and a fire in the fireplace...with a scene like this.

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Margaret said...

I love the tree's shadow in the foreground and frozen piers are alway lovely.

Debbie Smith said...

What a beautiful picture with snow along the pier! Great shot!

Happy Wednesday!
Debbie's Travels

Genie said...

This may be a beautiful spot but BRRRRRRR...it looks to be very cold. Love the ice on the water. We do not get much of that here where we live, but hope to see some this weekend when we go to a state park to celebrate my 73rd. genie

Kim, USA said...

Looks cold for now but seems like it's ready for spring.

Watery Wednesday

Emille said...

The first thing I was looking at -oh, still snow! Keep warm! BTW love the pic:)

Jessica said...

Very cool! I love the contrast of the white ice on the blue waters. Thanks for sharing.

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Kathy said...

It may not be frozen but it still looks cold to me!

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