Wednesday, January 30, 2013

K/Alphabe-Thursday

Looking southerly on a kold Kanadian morning near Huntsville

K is for KEEN on KOLD KANADIAN sunrises
(with apologies to those readers who kan't abide intentionally misspelled words)

While I kan't  say I enjoy extremely kold January mornings, I am keen on Kanada's winter sunrises.

Looking easterly

Last Sunday my husband and I traveled north to Algonquin Provincial Park and were nearly in Hunstsville when the sun rose.

Looking westerly

The sky was awash with kolour in all four directions, but unfortunately I took photos of only three. What was I thinking?! So here's what the sky looked like when we reached Huntsville:

Looking southerly

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE

55 comments:

Joyful said...

Lovely. It looks cold but oh so beautiful!

llandudnopictures said...

Wonderful photos, the skies look amazing!

Buttons said...

Oh I love Kold Kanadian mornings like that. Awesome. B

Michelle said...

It all looks beautiful and brisk!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great pics, I admire you for getting up so early for us.

Sandra said...

I kan say, i kackled with laughter at your K... beautiful and klear photos

see you there! said...

Klever entry. Wow, it does look Kold though.

Darla

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable pictures, the landscape is so beautiful in this winter scenery!
Hugs
Léia

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful sunrise pics. Winter sunrises are so pretty with the reflections on the snow.

Giga said...

Śliczne widoki o wschodzie słońca. Bardzo ładne zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
Beautiful views of the sunrise. Very nice pictures. Yours.

Dianne said...

the pink in the sky is so pretty

A Garden of Threads said...

You must have risen very early to reach Huntsville for sunrise. Done myself before, great sunrise. Enjoy this rainy Wednesday. Jen

Jenny said...

Kan I ever feel that first photo! What a brilliant sunrise in photo 2. The last photo is gorgeous.

kelley jensen said...

brrrrr . . . I'll bet you're freezing. It's cold, snowy and windy here today.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

I was going to litter my comment with K's but others beat me to it. These are beautiful photos. Kaptivating! (sorry)

LONDONLULU said...

Your winter photos are so gorgeous it makes me almost feel I wouldn't mind the snowy cold!:) Love the light, magic.

TexWisGirl said...

laughing at your kold ks. :)

Gillian Olson said...

It looks kold, kold, kold but fantastik views!

RedPat said...

I can't get over how much you two travel around!

cieldequimper said...

I can't get enough of kold Kanada! I just love winter!

Jori said...

Look at that sky! Stunning!

Heehee love all of your K's! :)

Halcyon said...

Such beautiful skies!!!

Valerie said...

Spectacular captures, EG. Just love that last pic especially - gorgeous! Thanks for sharing (and dropping by my blog)

Carol L McKenna said...

Fun post for K and great photography ~

Carol of A Creative Harbor ^_^

Debra said...

beautiful photos and were you kold?

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Oh my! Those are amazing shots...

Tracy said...

Kind of klever kapturing

Kathy said...

When you don't have a kangaroo handy you just have to improvise!

Rebecca said...

Love the sky color in the top photo.

Judy said...

Beautiful shots! Love the sunrise shot!

Naperville Now said...

as always, gorgeous images. the sunrise is spectacular.

Esther Joy said...

Our sunsets have been so spectacular - or maybe I have just taken time to notice them more! But I think you're right about Kanadian sunsets - God must give you extra beauty to help you stand that cold climate!

Stephanie said...

These shots look so cold, brrrrr!

Small City Scenes said...

The kolors are fabulous specially the second pic. Boy it does look mighty kold though.

Has watery wednesday disappeared? MB

Lowell said...

Well, I kin say and I will say, that y'all done a reely good job on these here kold Kanadian photos! I kin also say and will say that it looks a little foreign to me. It was 88 degrees F here today. The Kanadians in Okala really loved it!

Sandy said...

Looks so cold there.. thankfully I
live in Florida..
great shots
Sandy

edenhills said...

These a lovely shots! I ordinarily can't stand misspelled words, but since yours are done for effect, I'm fine with it. :-)

George said...

I also enjoy your sunrises, but thankfully I can do so from the comfort of my computer in a nice, warm room.

Along These Lines ..... said...

Very Kute

Dana said...

Gorgeous—never a bad direction!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

love the 1st & 2nd views. nice snowy shots. ( :

Elaine said...

Fantastic photos .

Randy said...

What a beautiful area.

Susan said...

The last picture belongs on a postcard. These are absolutely wonderful!

Jack said...

Kool!

Jack said...

BTW, Canada geese almost extinct? That is so hard to imagine. They are everywhere these days!

ladyfi said...

The light on a cold morning is just lovely!

Lola said...

So kold - but oh so beautiful!

Have a great Alphabe-Thursday and weekend too,

Visiting from Alphabe-Thursday

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What a lovely start of the day you captured!

Judie said...

Wonderful photos, Camera Girl! I had to stop and put on socks. My feet were getting cold viewing this!!!

Snowcatcher said...

The rich colors in the sunrise/sunset skies are gorgeous. The sun angle this time of year really does provide some radiant hues!

Scudds Harrison said...

What a very Kool photos :) Lovely and I love it!

Hugs
Scudds

Jesh St Germain said...

Whoa, it's very kold here, but I love the second sunrise the most. You choose the same word: Keen:):)

Jamie said...

Beautiful photos! The one thing I love about winter is that the snow does make the landscape gorgeous.

Jenny said...

I love that very kool 'looking Easterly' capture.

They were all quite klever, though!

Thanks for sharing these gorgeous pictures!

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