Evening on the dock


Another look at the beautiful scenery of the Kwartha Lakes. Too bad I didn't have a chance to get back there this winter. Since we had more snow this year, I bet it was even better!

23 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Les couleurs sont magnifiques.

Jo said...

I would be happy to sit there for ages... lovely scene.

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful, looks too cold to sit for long though!

RedPat said...

I hope it is soon open water! Brr.

EG CameraGirl said...

Very pretty, Halcyon.

I want to thank you on your blog for sending me the hand-knitted hat. It took three weeks to get here! How ironic that it arrived on the first day of spring. Well, it DOES feel like winter outdoors so I will still be able to wear it this year. :)

Thank you. Your knitting is very neat and I like the colour very much.

James said...

Looks like a beautiful place!

Lowell said...

The light in the sky and shadow on the snowy lake make this picture work very well!

Thanks for the comment. One day at a time!

Jack said...

If I can get past how cold it must be there, this is a pretty place and you captured it well. Maybe I can see it in the summer when it is warm?

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

I love this! Wonderful shot.

Gunn said...

Fantastic!!

Cezar and Léia said...

So beautiful and peaceful place!
Léia

VP said...

Beautiful scenery... and benches!

ladyfi said...

Lovely scenery!

Randy said...

Beautiful shot.

tapirgal said...

Time for a polar bear swim?

Hilda said...

Lovely.

Linda said...

Beautiful blues!!!

Marie said...

That's a gorgeous view too!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

A tranquil scene in any season.

Lowell said...

Hi Hal! I'd guess you are very busy these days. So far so good here. :)

Gunn said...

I still like it!
So peaceful and pretty!

Birdman said...

Too chilly still to sit? Ah, warmth will come.

Marie said...

So serene, and lovely! Great shot! Thanks for your comment on my blog post...I've been "out of commission" some too lately. Just wanted to mention, I don't think the fences and walls in Tucson have as much to do with security as they do with keeping the coyotes and javelina out of the yards, and also with reflecting the Spanish/Mexican heritage here.

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