Wednesday, December 10, 2008

WATERY WEDNESDAY - Lake Imitating Sky (Lake Erie)



Or maybe the sky is imitating the lake.



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25 comments:

bobbie said...

Whichever is leader and which follower, both look very cold!

Shellmo said...

Perfect title for your photo - I can see the coldness!

simply divina said...

This is cool. I'm sure canada is very cold now.

Kallen305 said...

Love that photo. I too can tell it's very cold there just by looking at the picture!

splummer said...

Hi!
Awesome shot!!! Thanks for stopping by my place.

Sherrie

Carletta said...

Lovely image! Your title or titles are very imaginative. That's exactly what it looks like.

Mary said...

Hard to say who is imitating who, but it's a wonderful shot!

Denise said...

Wow, that's an awesome shot. I have enjoyed visiting your blog. Thanks for stopping by mine.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice shot. Are those chunks of ice in the water?
:-O

Connie said...

Nice picture. It looks like ice in the water.

Jan said...

Man, that's ice in the water, brrrrr. Great photo, love the clouds and the ice.

Lin said...

amazing textures and cold blue colors.

Natural Moments said...

Its pretty cool to see how even though the photo has a certain color tone, there seems to be a million different color gradations of the same colour bringing depth and beauty into a world of winter.

ramblingwoods said...

Beautiful photo of the lake. We thank Lake Erie for our lake effect snow..

Sylvia K said...

Oh, that is awesome! No doubt about the cold! I can feel it from here. It's cold here, but needless to say, nothing like that! Great photos, as always. Thanks!

Sue said...

although I love my mountains, I really miss the water -- having grown up on the San Francisco penninsula with both a bay and an ocean to choose from.

Lilly said...

Wow! What an amazing photo.

Rose said...

All I can say is Wow! What a picture!

Quiet Paths said...

This looks like one of those mid-50's paintings of a lake my folks used to have. Those clouds are actually very poetic.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Are they big ships on the frozen harbor? At first glance it looks that way. The photograph is difficult to scale. Very well done.

Deborah Godin said...

THANKS TO ALL for your comments. Just to add a bit more info, those are small ice floes, probably the biggest has the surface area of a couple of cookie sheets.

Ladynred said...

That's beautiful picture and looking cold too.

roentarre said...

The cloud formations are simply stunning

magiceye said...

looks deliciously creamy

Norm said...

wow! I love your winter photos, yes! Canada is super cold...