Walking with the dog today, we were in the fields at Sibbald Point Park. Sidney found some burrs. After pulling them off her coat, I had a chance to take a few photos with my Macro lens.
Can a burr look soft?
I love the little hooks on the spikes
Using a macro lens, gives me a closer look at why a burr sticks to everything.
I was careful so nothing stuck to me.
I took this photo of a piece of ice. There are a few flowers delicately carved by the hand of God into the ice. The colour is the sunset shining gloriously in the background. I cropped one of the photos of ice I posted yesterday. It is actually, the piece I am using for the header image. There is beauty is all around us, even in a cold piece of ice. Look closely or you may miss it.
- Winterized. (kylacorpuz.wordpress.com)
- Harbin, China 2012 Ice and Snow Festival (rainsoftottawa.wordpress.com)
- Ice Fest! (lifeafterswimming.wordpress.com)
- Ice Mountain on the Lake (maggiephotgraphy.wordpress.com)
Posted in Nature, Uncategorized
Tagged God, hand of god, ice, Ice sculpture, Lake Simcoe, Macro Monday, Macro photography, nature, Photography, Sibbald's Point Provincial Park
On a normal Day in Late January, Late Simcoe will have trucks and snowmobiles travelling across it. There are usually countless fish huts dotting the lake. Not this year. It has been a mild winter. The water near the shore froze, but the high winds broke the ice and pushed the pieces toward the shore. Now there are chunks of ice sticking up all over making it hard to walk. In the sheltered parts of the Lake, the water has frozen once again. The patterns in the ice that are sticking up are beautiful.
We walked on the lake just before sunset, the colours adding to the drama.
- Natures Lace
- mountain majesty
- Some ice mountains are rounded.
- Ice like a thousand stars
- The setting sun added colour to the snow and ice.
- Sunset over Lake Simcoe
I found this willow tree on the edge of the lake. The icicles were dangling from the branches.
A fence in Sibbals Point Provincial Park taken in the late afternoon on a very cold day