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Winter by Lake Ontario

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Three pm. Snow clouds. Below 0. This is weather I understand.
23rd Jan 2007, 02:26   | tags:,,,

factotum says:

But at least it's still daylight at 3 p.m.! Look at the light glinting off the boxy highrise! I also like the ship on the right in the bottom photo.

23rd Jan 2007, 03:04

swamprose says:

The ship is called the 'Canadian Miner'. It looks like it is not going anywhere fast. I like it grey. Better than Hawaii weather now.:)

23rd Jan 2007, 03:07

factotum says:

Happy Birthday BTW!

23rd Jan 2007, 03:08

swamprose nli says:

thanks F. I had a great day. Birthday present to myself was a couple of hours with my camera down by the lake. The sound of the ice and water is incredible.

23rd Jan 2007, 03:54

anonymous says:

cold and beautiful
it was your birthday?
Hope you had a wonderful one!

xx

23rd Jan 2007, 06:11

Dhamaka says:

oops - it logged me out :(
anonystupid was me

23rd Jan 2007, 06:12

bfish says:

happy birthday, swamprose!

23rd Jan 2007, 06:54

paintist says:

echo D.. 'it was your birthday!?!' hope you had a great one:-)

23rd Jan 2007, 09:05

Euphro says:

Beautiful pics, but, shouldn't it be frozen by now (the lake, I mean)?

23rd Jan 2007, 09:10

Geodyne says:

That's really lovely.

Belated happy birthday!

23rd Jan 2007, 10:17

swamprose says:

yes, by now the lake should have such thick ice you could drive on it..but it has been cold only for the last ten days. It is going down to -20 at night for the next few days, which is lucky. This weekend our winter festival begins-WinterCity, and it has to be cold for the ice sculptures, ice painting, and for your frozen feet while listening to the bands play outside.

Toronto's Winter Celebration

23rd Jan 2007, 11:46

Gael says:

great pics, Happy Birthday, enjoy the weekend : )

23rd Jan 2007, 11:50

swamprose says:

Thanks. It was a stellar day. Great food, my fabulous boys, good friends. Feeling warm and fuzzy. :)

23rd Jan 2007, 11:56

OJ says:

Happy Birthday. I'm glad you got your snow.

23rd Jan 2007, 12:52

MaggieD says:

Belated Happy Birthday ! .... glad you had a warm fuzzy one ..... lovely pics ..... maybe a little too cold for my taste (-20!) ..... enjoy your winter festival, I love ice sculptures (especially when viewed with a nice cup of hot chocolate in hand) .

23rd Jan 2007, 19:59

Caine says:

Gorgeous pics, top one is my fave. Belated Happy Birthday Wishes to you!

23rd Jan 2007, 23:34

Viv says:

belated happy birthday glad you got snow!

24th Jan 2007, 00:25

swamprose says:

thanks for the birthday wishes. and the delight in my pathetic bit of snow. making the best of it.

24th Jan 2007, 01:08

Jigalong says:

Happy birthay for yesterday SR. Last night the temp got down to +29.1 degrees. Any chance of being able to record the sound of water and ice along those foreshores and moblog it. I take it is different to the sound of waves on the beach.

24th Jan 2007, 01:26

swamprose says:

hello j. good to hear from you. I spent the day down at the lake making an ice sculpture. People came along and got involved. My camera battery was dead from the cold by the time I got to it. I'll try to do a video. The lake is trying so hard to make ice. The new little pieces crash under the shelf of existing ice and it is a constant lovely sound. Stay cool. Are you back at work?

24th Jan 2007, 01:35

Jigalong says:

Yes I am, right under an airconditioner, with lovely flowing cool air set at 25 degrees. You must take a picture of the sculpture for us. Do you use a chainsaw for carving?
I have heard of someone saying to put your batteries into your pockets to keep them warm.

24th Jan 2007, 01:42

swamprose says:

stay under that a/c. 25 is considered hot here. I will blog my adventures, promise. Pockets are too cold. I learned today from another photographer where to put my battery, and it isn't polite...but it works.:)

24th Jan 2007, 01:48

Gah! I missed your birthday..

Hope you had a good day. I have good memories about that part of Toronto, I love the waterside over there near the tower. Queens Quay & Harbour?

24th Jan 2007, 09:10

Jesson says:

*Trying very hard not to imagine where those batteries are being warmed! LOLOLOL

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! And what a beautiful set of photos to record the snow you've yearned for for so long. So beautiful!

24th Jan 2007, 09:31

these are fantastic particularly love the second shot belated happy birthday :-)

24th Jan 2007, 20:26

Rhys says:

Nice shots and skyline, especially the CN Tower. Oh and Happy Belated Birthday too.

24th Jan 2007, 23:01

Uber Spy says:

A belated HAPPY HAPPY SRose! * throws streamer. Hope it was a good one. Beautiful pics - love the light. My Saffie bones can't comprehend -20C - woah! Enjoy :D

25th Jan 2007, 13:08

Ruthie says:

every time I see that skyline it makes me feel sad I haven't been back for 7 years now. When I have some money, I am coming to visit!

I have some gorgeous pictures of icy Toronto but they are all on my old computer so I can't get them.

27th Jan 2007, 11:39

bfish says:

Happy birthday!

23rd Jan 2015, 07:24

swamprose says:

Bfish! Yes. Grey dull photo for a January birthday. Miss you. xx

23rd Jan 2015, 16:00

MaggieD says:

And a Happy Birthday from me too (looking back through the comments makes me smile)

23rd Jan 2015, 18:46

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