Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Watery Wednesday

Yesterday, a lot of this was running water, but the temperature dropped 20 degrees in less than 12 hours,
 and now it is frozen.
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20 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Beautiful, but cold!

Frank said...

Well I'm jolly glad ours has long disappeared ... hopefully not to return for many, many months.

Mary said...

BRRRR! Lovely icy blues~

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful icy shots.

ewok1993 said...

you have had some serious cooling down. but it made for a fantastic scenery.

Buck said...

Man I know how THAT feels; that's exactly what's happened here. What gorgeous photos you made though!

Evelyn said...

Brr... But gorgeous blues. I can imagine a painting or two based in these blues. Gorgeous!

chubskulit said...

Brrrrr, looking at it makes me chill!

Mona Sweden said...

Gorgeous shots! Extreme changes in the weather have been common this winter.

Luna Miranda said...

these photos look so quiet...and cold.:p

Rune said...

I like these, with the cold, mellow light. The last one goves the feeling of looking at a painting.

Andy said...

The days have been pretty cold for us photographers. I always thought with all the BS from Parliament Hill that Ottawa would be a lot warmer:)

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

A gorgeous, wintry scene!!!

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I hope your Wednesday is treating you well!!

Lorac said...

Like the photos! The ice looks especially good when newly formed. It really did drop fast, a bit of a shocker.

Miss Becky said...

Ha! I see what you mean, we each photographed creeks in the snow and cold! your images are so dreamy and gorgeous. I love the light and composition. nicely done. happy WW!

Elena said...

winter is the season most beautiful and dear to me is wonderful...

Elena Vlad said...

Feerie....wonderful

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice shots. Man, that looks really cold.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

It always amazes me to see water running, surrounded by snow!

WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE

Water here and water there,
Water, water everywhere!
Some as hard as steel or stone,
Some as soft as mousie bone;
Some as tiny drops of dew,
Clinging to the ancient yew.
Where there’s water, life is there—
Water, water everywhere!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

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Bronwynn said...

That looks so neat, almost like it is still flowing. Too bad it has to get so cold to produce the effect though

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