Another photo taken while driving with my iPhone…of course I wasn’t driving. I enjoy this type of landscape, barren but every once in a while something cool pops up!
Another photo taken on the drive home of two of my favorite subjects, clouds and trees…
If you know me at all you know I love trees, especially “naked trees”…without leaves of course! This was taken while driving on the way home from Florida…fyi…I wasn’t driving! A crisp cold morning, brrrr. There is a bit of dirty windshield showing up on the right hand side but I really liked this so excuse the dirt!
One of my photos taken from the vehicle…no…I wasn’t driving.
A belated Merry Christmas to those who celebrate…this photo was taken Christmas night from my daughters balcony. It was taken with my iPhone as I forgot my camera!
a blustery day
cold wind biting deep
taking the longing to sit!
How has your spring been so far? Ours hasn’t arrived yet…check out our snow banks! As I am writing this it is snowing, in the morning the temperature is supposed to be -26F or -14C with the wind chill! …could be worse right?
It is interesting how I’ve not seen the sunset for months and recently I’ve been able to capture it three times..awesome! This one wasn’t as intense as some, but then it was just setting, I find the colors more vibrant a short while after the setting…didn’t stay around to see what happened that night as I wasn’t dressed warm enough!
This photo was taken a few weeks ago right after a warmers spell…you can see the ridges of ice that built up due to the winds and then colder temperatures…makes for dangerous snowmobiling and walking…
Took this photo with my iPhone 6 last night…began using the phone Friday evening so don’t know what I think about it yet…made sure I found a solid clip on case as I have a tendency to drop my phone. One shattered screen is enough! As you can see we have snow again…it is cold today so it just might stay for a while this time!
Photo was taken from my back deck(gray-scale)…it is somewhat foggy outside…which is creating “freezing fog”…http://www.theweatherprediction.com/habyhints/359/ As you can see, the needles on this tree are weighted down…
The majority of snow is gone…for now… but we are left with ice build up along the shore line…this has been such a strange fall weather wise. I know we aren’t the only place to experience such unusual weather patterns, just stating a fact. This was taken around 4:30pm yesterday…it was foggy over the water but not so much over the land, made for interesting photos.
This ice build did not melt and will make for difficult walking and snowmobiling once we get more snow, but is something that is beyond our control and happens often as the winds are strong off the lake…
to clean off the windshield…
It snowed all day Sunday…on and off since…not heavy but steady, is expected to continue the rest of the week! As you can see I didn’t get around to putting away the table and chairs…
I had the chance to take a few photos last week…thankfully we have lost most of the snow we accumulated in the mini snow storm we had last week…but the lake still looks very solid…no dark patches at all yet, so it will be sometime before there is open water!
This creek is certainly running fast…hard to tell from my photos though…
Another set of photos taken from the vehicle while on my way to Sudbury last week…
this is one of my neighbors garden areas, a bit of a hodge podge, but I’m fond of the cobalt blue flowers. I’m hoping to be able to do some planting this year?!
this photo is one that I took from my moving vehicle, I rather liked the scene…I know it is a bit blurry but I think it looks like a painting rather than a photo…
We got up to a snowy day on Saturday…wasn’t supposed to be but “surprise”! It was snowing and blowing on and off all day.
Did I mention it was darn cold a well? This street is one over from Lake Nipissing…couldn’t get to the public access anymore as the snowbanks are too high!
This coming week is supposed to get colder again! Both these photos are color but with the blowing snow they almost look B & W.
In the spring, summer and fall this is a beautiful park area beside Lake Nipissing…it is still beautiful but rather stark with the snow…when I was a child this was a busy happening place. Not so any more, I visit once in a while and there are rarely any people swimming here. Rather sad actually that such a great park isn’t utilized much…although we have a few that aren’t being used a great deal.
In November I went to Sudbury with my son and his wife and of course along the way I took photos from the moving vehicle…so keep in mind all these have been taken from a moving vehicle… Some of you will know I have a thing for old buildings, barns, vehicles, etc., when I looked over these photos I realized I’d captured a few red barns…you can read here http://home.howstuffworks.com/question635.htm why barns were painted red originally and why the tradition continues in some cases.
I love the silhouette of branches with out leaves!
I spotted this yesterday afternoon…not sure what it is all about as I don’t visit this area much…I was up a slight embankment and couldn’t walk down to look at the plaque beside it as the snow was too deep. I’m thinking it is some kind of beacon, totem pole, but honestly don’t know what or why it is there. I will find out eventually. The triangular shaped top looks like green glass. I did it in black & white as some areas of the snow and clouds were just too blue and I couldn’t eliminate it in Photoscape…notice the ridges behind it, they are all along the shore line but the rest of the ice as far as the eye can see looks fairly smooth…I’ve not heard if the ice is safe enough to venture out but I did notice a number of people taking ice huts out so I’m hoping so!
it has been warmer the last day or so, in fact it is sunny and -4C right now, so it that keeps up hopefully this will melt and smooth out! I could wish for lots of snow to cover this but the solid pieces could be dangerous…I’d rather it melted. This makes for difficult walking, cross country skying or snowmobiling when the ice is thick enough! It is NOT thick enough, we haven’t had enough cold weather.