Tuesday, March 17, 2009

ABC Wednesday

" I " is for Intense Ice

Last week strong winds buffeted southeastern Ontario.
Water became mist and iced everything it touched.
Ice was broken and jammed up on shore.
Hopefully there will be no more!
For more incredible I-words, visit Denise Nesbitt's ABC Wednesday here

19 comments:

narduci said...

Nice work! Congratulations to support the Earth Hour.
Brasil.

Janie said...

The ice is beautiful with the sea in the background. But playing and taking photos out there is cold, I'll bet.

Life with Kaishon said...

Ice is very beautiful! Nature's diamonds!

Grace and Bradley said...

I remember a day like this could kill a lot of plants in the garden. Hopefully a warm weather should come to you anytime now.

Mara said...

Beautiful picture, I would love to be able to do that, but you would need a bit more ice for that...

jay said...

Good grief .. and here we are bemoaning the lateness of spring, while we look out on budding daffodils and hyacinths!

Tell me, why is it you are still living in such a COLD PLACE? LOL!

It is very beautiful though. Quite stunning.

Ruth said...

What a difference between last week and this week. The ice is beautiful, but I hope it is gone for the season.

Roger Owen Green said...

beautiful but dangerous; I never get good pics of ice on trees.

Carol said...

This is a very cool picture...esp enlarged and with the sun sparkling off the ice....beautiful...

Ramblings From Spain said...

What a stunning ice-encrusted branch! But oooh I think I need a warming cuppa now x

Tumblewords: said...

Lovely photo. Hoping the ice moves on soon, though.

Tammie Lee said...

Wonderful photo, you know i love ice photos, and then to have a strip of ocean and sky, wow!

kml said...

Wow - it is most beautiful even though it is a big pain! Glad you shared this photo with us!

J said...

Great photo - almost looks like it could be from Narnia!

narduci said...

The pleasure was mine, by your visit. At the top right of my blog, is a translator-page of Google, where you choose your language and translate it across the page for you.
Abra├žos.
http://narduci.blogspot.com

Reya Mellicker said...

Isa, the Ice rune, is very powerful. It speaks to the power of ice to stop time, slow things down. Very cool choice of I words.

John said...

Very beautiful!

Among the Hedgerows said...

Ice always looks so pretty in a photo but the reality is entirely different! I've enjoyed looking at the photos from your holiday!

I hope you'll post photos of your vision board when you're finished!

xo,
Lynda

Anonymous said...

Quite an education on many fronts from many prespectives. Neil

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