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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Icey Lake Simcoe. April 25th to 28th. 2014


Ice can form many artistic shapes. Here I captured a few different forms of ice crystals melting on the shore line.



Sometimes you even capture something you didn't know was there. Like this tiny insect.

Ice building up on shore as the ice pushes out.

More magic.



A pair of geese waiting for water to get back under their feet.

Little by little the water is appearing. Common goldeneyes, common mergansers and a pair of geese are happily swimming along.

Sometimes things get in the way of the ice pushing up on shore.

Then one day the ice is gone. Just a bit left here and there. Spring has arrived.


2 comments:

Doug Geddes said...

Nice photos Jennifer. I am looking forward to ice-out. Hopefully that will not be too long.

Doug Geddes
Lagoon City & Brampton,
Past Board Secretary, Ontario Nature,
Past Pres. Field Botanist of Ontario. Past Vice Chair of the Natural Heritage Committee of the Ontario Heritage Foundation

Karen Wilson said...

Great photo's!