Locals have been stopping at the shoreline to take pictures of the ice creeping up the trees. Inevitably I wanted to check it out, so down we went a couple of days ago. Lots of interesting ice coatings!
Thenarbour itself was full of ice, carried down the river, but held in the harbour by the waves off the bay.
A flock of gulls sat peacefully on the ice.
You can see the waves undulating the water as they roll toward the shore.
More ice tomorrow.
oooh it looks freezing there! hope you're staying warm.ReplyDelete
Great shots! That one rock (third from the bottom) looks like a walrus! :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely ice shots! Looks cold!ReplyDelete
that bench would be a chilly place to sit, but it makes a very nice photo.ReplyDelete
the ice is gorgeous, but it looks so very cold!! nice to see you are out and about, enjoying the sights!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for going out and taking these photos to share with us. The rock does look like a walrus with all the icicles handing from it.ReplyDelete
Stunning icicle bench photos.ReplyDelete
Our lakes are frozen. Looks lovely!ReplyDelete
Living along the shores of the Great Lakes sure has it's scenic advantages during all of our seasons. That's great that you are able to gain access close enough to nature's ice sculptures despite the obvious difficulties you and Mrs. FG must encounter.ReplyDelete
I ride down to Tampa Bay to watch the ice all the time tooReplyDelete
Super photo with a bare tree, an empty bench seat, and rolling waves. Winter gives us great opportunities to get those whites and greys together.ReplyDelete
Brr it does make me feel chilly - but wonderful photographs you've shared here.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
It looks so very cold there seeing the freezing layers of ice.ReplyDelete
B-r-r-r! Looks cold!ReplyDelete
It does look cold...been a long time since we have seen ice like this.ReplyDelete