When winter gives you ice

Sometimes I like to imagine that

The frozen over lake is a beach —

Frozen waves

A different kind of beach

With frozen waves

Sunset waves

And a golden glow that isn’t from sand

But from the setting winter sun.

(Sometimes it’s great to have a vivid imagination!)

Iced

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98 thoughts on “When winter gives you ice

  1. Fiona, I love your analogy of the frozen lake like a beach!

    “A different kind of beach

    With frozen waves”

    Faaaabulous!

    Gorgeous photographs, my friend. The skater on the lake is absolutely stunning!
    X

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  2. If I could be there to see by myself all these!!! What wonders!… the “vivid imagination” is always a plus… (from creativity’s point of view as a personal quality). And the skater is so brave… Outstanding colors, too and at first reading I thought you did some play of words in post (but I’m learning to read the nuances/ meanings…)! Love it… & appreciate, also! best greetings!

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  3. You could not have a more beautiful beach than that! But don’t forget to wear your mittens — and take a warm blanket instead of a terrycloth beach towel. (And a vivid imagination helps a lot of situtions, in my experience.)

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  4. This was simply awesome! Sometimes an imagination IS all you need! Love this one!
    Oh and don’t even get me started on the photos!!!!

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  5. Wonderful pictures Fiona! And I love your imagination 🙂
    I hope the winter comes back here so I can show you
    some of my frozen waves 😀
    Have a beautiful day with beautiful colours!
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  6. Icy beach, glorious skies, dark trees, everything is fantastic. You always set fire on my imagination with your poetic photography, which I really appreciate.

    Yoko

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