Friday, January 31, 2014

Winter Bench

Andy | Friday, January 31, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

Overlooking Lake Ontario, the cold air and the cold but warmer water meet causing a low lying formation of clouds over the water. Right at the moment the bench is reserved for a summer day.

25 comments:

  1. Beautiful light. I do miss my walks on the lake in Oakville, Ontario.
    I like looking at your photos, because they take me back. Thank you :-).

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  2. Delightful in every way, Andy. I love the warm heavenly light as it shines ever so brightly across the beautiful winter scenery.
    You have a wonderful eye for photography. :)

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  3. It looks very cold and somebody had removed the snow there. Was it you? The clouds on the horizon are indeed special.

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  4. Beautiful! I love the way the colors of the horizon blend! The bench looks like it's enjoying the view.

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  5. Wow! This is a winner, Andy! If you have photo contests up that way, enter this picture!

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  6. Gorgeous...and that light is just perfect! Sun or moon?

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  7. What a great shot. I love those lake effect clouds out there.

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  8. Beautiful! I like the long shadows.

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  9. I like that it has been cleaned, just in case anyone wants to use it!

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  10. What a beautiful silvery reflection on the lake. I could sit on that bench for a while enjoying that view!

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  11. This is beautiful. I love these low hanging clouds (sometimes, I imagine that they are mountains off in the distance.)

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  12. This is a really beautiful shot. Cool, serene, still. Perfect light and shadow. Well done!

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  13. Wonderful shot, Andy. I can feel the cold.

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  14. Pretty pretty pretty. Are those clouds at the very edge? Awfully low!

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  15. Look at those long shadows!
    Beautiful!!

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  16. Simply perfection.
    Congratulations of being included in POTW.
    Truly well-deserved.

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