Yesterday, the red light at Virginia on Lake Simcoe
I was sure the water was frozen on the south side of Lake Simcoe. Wrong! Our mild winter weather has allowed crews with diggers to churn the water enough to keep the harbour open for traffic between Georgina Island and the mainland.
Close view of the light
I walked along the pier to move closer to the light. It was a gorgeous day and I wasn't wearing gloves. Could this have really been February 2nd, Candlemas and Groundhog Day?!
I am joining Wednesday Waters HERE.
Weather truly spring. Also with us. It looks beautiful lake with pier in the background. Regards.
Um abraço e boa semana.
Lindo e adoro o farol! bjs,chica
The weather continues to amaze us this year, nice photos of the ice on the lake. We even don't have that...
With the mild weather that we have been having I am surprised there is still ice on the lake. Freezing rain today? It's just rain here in Pickering.
it still looks cold to mebut I hope you are enjoying the mild winter.
Very pretty scenes. Glad you are having milder temperatures.
Oh impressive your photo!
I've never seen it !!
Looks can be deceiving, still I wouldn't get the impression it was warmer than it looks in your photo. Great perspective!!
Wow, it looks very icy to me. I am glad you are having warmer temps. Pretty views and photos. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!
I'm investing in the sunscreen companies.
The weather has been so different this winter, I'm loving the milder temperatures. Today it is pouring of rain, yet around Hwy 7, just to the north of us it is ice.
nice and sunny, too!
A glorious day and fine pics of the lake.
that ice looks really cold to m.. but pretty also.. our weather is so crazy, we had record cold last Sat and yesterday record heat with a repeat of record heat today. we had to turn the AC on for an hour last night before we went to bed. the house was at 84 and humid.
Cool captures on the frozen lake and good sunlight across the place!
That lake is usually well frozen by now... no ice fishing this year!
Brrr! Look at all that ice! Great photos.
Oh now that is a beautiful sight. Love your photos and yes the weather is indeed warm. Hug B
These pictures are lovely - the contrast between the blue and white and then the red is beautiful. The ice on the water makes me cold, though - and you weren't wearing gloves? Wow.
Still cold though EG! Is the red light like a mini lighthouse, a warning to show incoming the rocks?
One wouldn't want to step into that water right now!
The sky in the first photo is such a pretty blue. It's been a very strange winter for southern Ontario and also for us. I'm not a big snow fan but the lack of it is not good.
Looks more like spring with the ice breaking up. Beautiful shots, EG!
Schöne Bilder vom Eis bei schönem Wetter.
I'm surprised there is that much Ice, EG! I bet some people will be out in shorts this afternoon!
I liked this! We do have a wonderful world waiting outside don't we?
We're having such a mild winter here in Oregon, too!!! Amazing temps for February!! But all that ice does look cold to me!!! Terrific captures as always, EG!!
Aha. Ice. I am happy. :-)
Oh a strange winter we are having all right. I can't believe how warm it is for you compared to past years at this time.
Nice photos, particularly the first.
Hard to believe that it is this nice at this time of year.
Amazing how a familiar place in nature is always different
These pictures are amazing. I love the first one, I think it is my favorite of your images that I have seen.
Still a lot of ice by our standards.
this weather is just gorgeous. I hope it lasts.
the closer I get the colder I feel.
Yesterday was 64º but today was much colder, but I don't know the temp. Lets just say I put on warmer clothes. And we have not had hardly any snow!
I forgot to say the sky is so beautiful in that first shot...
Great views, amazing weather! Here the ice on the Gulf of Finland is still thick.
Gorgeous pictures !
THose ice chunks make for nice photos!
One word comes to mind is "cold". Looks beautiful in the sunshine though.
Brrrr. That looks positively, unremittingly frigid.
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