12/30/08

My World

Geese visiting our frozen town lake

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21 comments:

Photo Cache said...

What? They're staying for the winter?

Happy New Year.

alicesg said...

Beautiful scenery. It looked so brrrrr...cold. Happy New Year to you.

kayleen said...

Lovely shot. Happy New Year!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Don't walk on that ice! It's not frozen enough yet. And happy new year!

Rob (Inukshuk Adventure) said...

Were they expecting it to be frozen, or were they escaping the frozen North?

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Brrrrr, Sarah... That looks down-right COLD. How do the geese stand it???? They need to wander on down here where it's warmer!!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Arija said...

Nice shot, love the broken ice at the edge and the pale winter light.
Happy New Year!

Yogi said...

Nice photograph. Freezing.

willow said...

That looks like some cooold water!!

George said...

It might be cold at your lake, but that is a beautiful picture. Stay warm!

Kay said...

Oh dear! They must be freezing their tusshies out there.

chrome3d said...

You already have some real ice there. So cool!

Gaelyn said...

Brrrrrr, cold geese.

Happy New Year!

MikeH said...

Your world looks . . . cold.

babooshka said...

We have had nothing frozen herre. Hope you had a great Christmas

Kathy said...

Its gotten cold enough to freeze a few lakes here in Tulsa but warms up by the next day. Great pictures! Enjoyed reading your blog!

fishing guy said...

Sarah: That is a neat look at the all the geese on that frozen pond.

Sylvia K said...

Hi Sarah! It does look cold! I'm surprised they stayed for the winter, too, or was it unplanned! A number of us seem to have had a really cold winter! Thanks for sharing and have a Happy New Year!

Daryl said...

I hope you are feeling better

Lovely shot .. cold .. brrr

~PakKaramu~ said...

Hello

Always smiling 09

Wren said...

Geese? You have geese? What a surprise.

Ours are flyovers right now, but they'll be back in residence before long.