Sunday, January 3, 2010

Bergie Bits

These are the Lake Ontario equivalent of the Arctic's bergie bits.

Pieces of ice which are very small, and make the surface of the water a sort of slush.


7 comments:

Steve Borichevsky said...

What a cool word. We has some bergie bits floating in Gloucester Harbor. Brrrr....

Clytie said...

I've never heard of them referred to as bergie bits before. Love it!!!

Stine in Ontario said...

Bergie bits, eh? I must remember that!

JC said...

That looks way too cold for me ...

joo said...

Looks cold but beautiful!
Have a lovely week:)

Stine in Ontario said...

Judy,

I do have poppy seeds but I'm not sure how viable they are as I collected them a couple of years ago. BUT the poppies come up every year so this coming July I will save some fresh seed for you. I also have a fringed variety, photos of which I will likely post next summer.

Deb said...

so cold....I'm ready for summer....great photos...

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