Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Noah Lake


It's pouring snow today, so instead of looking out the window I will look at the blue shadows and bright sunshine in this picture I took yesterday at Noah Lake. The little park at the lake is reached by driving down a very narrow peninsula; a little frightening since it is hard in the snow to tell where the roadway ends and the lake begins! One of the many lakes that encircle Three Rivers.

10 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

Yikes, I wouldn't want to go driving where there's any amount of uncertainty as to where the road ends and the lake begins!

Shadows on snow can be spectacular. I was out hunting for a few myself last Sunday but the sun chose not to cooperate on that day.

Jacob said...

That doth sound a bit scary, but it looks like you navigated the peninsula well!

Beautiful shot. But I want to see snow, more snow, please!

No, not in person! Just in photos!

paul said...

The expanse of frozen lakes is fascinating. Can you walk on the ice, or is it too thin?

magiceye said...

magnificent

tapirgal said...

I'm glad you got there and back without falling in. I do love the shadows. Outstanding!

VP said...

Beautiful, but I think I' like more this during the good season.

Stine in Ontario said...

The shadow is lovely! It must be wonderful to live in a plce so close to many lakes.

B SQUARED said...

I would prefer the summer version.

helenmac said...

Beautiful! and i don't know it. where, east of town?

Lois said...

I'm glad you were brave enough to go and get this picture because it is lovely! I would be too scared to do it though.