It’s getting to the point
Where I’m no fun anymore
I am sorry … CSN
It’s the first day of spring and what better way to celebrate than to post photos of ice. We have had a few days where the temperature has reached 40° (F), causing some of the ice to melt on the lake. The top shot shows some of the ice that broke off and is floating away like small icebergs. Spring is here and that means only one thing here in Webster (Where Life is Worth Living) – more snow and frigid temperatures in the forecast. I do hope those who read this blog aren’t tired of winter scenes (yet).
Ice and snow cover the pier at Charlotte Beach.
Very nice shots.
I’m not tired of winter scenes (yet), not when they are as fantastic as these images! Very beautiful, Ken.
And btw… spring is here (where I live) – no snow and no ice whatsoever. 🙂
Thanks, Malin. And I thought it was colder where you were.
I’m not tired of winter scenes but I am tired of cold temperatures. Ready for the warmer tempertures and seeing the green, again. I do agree these are nice scenes from Webster.
Thanks, Monte. I predict warmer temperatures headed your way very soon. I wish I could say the same for us.
Holy Cow! So that’s what Spring looks like. Oooookay.
Well, it ain’t Ozzy and Harriet but it’s all we got.
Love the pale and dreamy look you have here! I mean, not you, the scenes.
Thanks, Linda. I, too, have a pale and dreamy look, though.
Yeah, I ought to have guessed that from your pale and dreamy gravatar.
I really love the soft light in these photos, Ken. It’s hard to imagine that much cold and snow, but I forget that you’re still a few weeks behind us here in the south.
Thanks, Tom. It’s not unusual for the light to be hazy here, especially this time of year when the air temperature and water/ice temperatures is so different. Though it looks bleak, it can be pretty nice light for photos.
Love these, Ken! Beautiful winter images. It’s almost as if these were captured using film (were they?).
Thanks, Gracie. I have given up shooting film but I would like to get back into it. I loved darkroom printing and that was a growing problem for me. Chemicals and my favorite papers were difficult and expensive to come by.
I guess the welcome sight is that it is melting! 🙂 Nice shots.
Thanks, Mark. it is melting, slowly, but it a sign of improving weather. Now we enter the rainy season.
I love winter so I’m not tired of seeing winter scenes. Is it Spring ? Not where I am, we’re going to have another 20cm of snow… These photos are really beautiful Ken 🙂
Thanks, Jocelyne. It’s almost 40° (F) today and the snow is melting but it still doesn’t look like spring yet. I bought flowers to get in the mood though. Stay tuned.
These are lovely, my favourite had to be the last frame though
Oh, that was a long walk off a short pier!