Thursday, February 5, 2009
On the coldest morning in almost 30 year,
the steam rises off the lake
shrouding the unfinished pier
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Labels: Lake Ontario, sky, SWF, winter
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Wow that is a brilliant shot, I love the colors.
Have a great weekend!
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Interesting interaction of water and sky!
Great shot. It almost looks like a painting.
Terrific capture! It reminds me of a impressionist painting. Excellent!
What a wonderful photo!
Wonderful photograph. Well done!
This is so ethereal and quietly beautiful
what an amazing shot...dream-like and so still.
This is just soooo pretty!!! Great shot :)
Happy weekend :)
very impressionist!! the subtle colours, and the trees alost seen through the mist!!
and i love the flying geese a couple posts down!! novel angle!
thanks for sharing
Red sky at night shepherds' delight
red sky in morning shepherds' warning
There's a cold day ahead!
Thank you all for looking in and for your comments.
It was -34C windchill when I had to take photos of the steam off the lake and was surprised and pleased with the resulting 'impressionist' look of the sunrise.
dressed with your words, lovely
Ah, Tammie Lee, thank you!
Great picture. You can feel the cold just looking at it.
Marc, believe you me, it was COLD! This was actually one of the last I took, and I was ready to give up and go home to the warmth.
How come I didn't know about this blog??
You must have blinked, Ruth.
But glad you're here, thanks.
I think I hadn't been to your profile page, that's all.
Lovely poem inspired by an amazing photograph of this unique day. Thanks for sharing ;--)
I participate in Sky Watch weekly (with a bit of Haiku) on Friday's at Happily Retired Gal and Sacred Ruminations.
Hugs and blessings,
Thank you, Storyteller. Happy to meet you.
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