I promised you some more pictures of the icy shoreline on Georgian Bay in Meaford, so here they are. Taken on Friday when we had one of those rare sunny days. The weather since has been hovering just above zero, the snow is turning to fog and drizzle!
It wasn't very rough on Friday, and it doesn't take much of a splash to throw water up over the rocks.
In a corner near the harbour you could easily watch how the water would splash on the boulders of the breakwater, leaving ice coating everything above.
In fact you had to be careful not to stand too close, both to avoid the splashes, and to avoid the ice-coated boulders.
Never-the-less, I thought it was very beautiful, a little ephemeral treasure thrown up for our enjoyment by nature - I wonder how many others noticed!
I liked these curly-cues, as well as the ice-covered shrubs. I'm sure the scenery here changes a lot with the weather too - these are probably gone by now.