Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Let it Snow

During the summer in Minnesota people spend a lot of time near the water, whether fishing, boating, tubing or just visiting the beach. It is during the winter however, that we all have to live and deal with water on a daily basis. That is water in its solid form, meaning snow and ice. Even though it can be a pain, especially to ones back when shoveling, it can also be quite beautiful and enjoyable.

13 comments:

KaHolly said...

Imaginative take on Watery Wednesday! And a beautiful photograph. I always thought Maine had cold, harsh winters, until I made friends with some people from Minnesota and learned what winter was like there! ~karen

Country Mouse Studio said...

absolutely beautiful

Lorac said...

So beautiful! I can't believe we have no snow here so far. It has snowed heavily all around me the last couple of days but went around my area!

Nattsyrran said...

That could be at my home!!! We also have a lot of snow and very cold!! About -15°C, brrrrr.

Birgitta - foto CHIP said...

Very beautiful here especially together with that awesome blue sky :)

http://fotochip.blogspot.com/2010/12/watery-wednesday.html

Susan said...

We have a fair bit of that frozen water here too!Cold? definitely, beautiful? that too.

nuts said...

another silvery entry! beautiful!

caite said...

I love trees covered in ice...so pretty.
Well, until they fall down on the roof of your house.

imaginationlane said...

This is a great take on Watery Wednesday! Water in the form of ice and snow is my absolute favourite...love this shot...:)

catsynth said...

The ice and snow can be quite beautiful. I love the geometric forms.

Míriam Luiza said...

Linda imagem!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

WATCHING FOR THE WET STUFF

Water for the thirsty,
Water just for play,
Water for the forests,
Water for the hay—

Water’s what we’re seeking,
Both on sea and land,
Watching for the wet stuff,
Cameras in hand.


© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Cutting through the Waters

MarieElizabeth said...

I love this shot!