Monday, September 29, 2014

Harbinger Of The Winter To Come

I have something else from Algonquin Park today. It's from the same area where I've been showing you a number of shots lately, Mew Lake and Lake Of Two Rivers, but a different time of year. This is from a fall visit, with hints of snow, ice, and frost on the marsh.


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31 comments:

  1. Brrrr! I felt a chill down my neck


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  2. Yes sir! Today we have to see an ugly picture. (it is a joke).

    Tomás.

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  3. Nice shot, William. I love real winter weather, but as far as I am concerned it may stay away untill half december.

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  4. I like the greys and browns in this peaceful shot. Algonquin is so bright and cheerful at the moment but soon it will look like your photo again. ;)

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  5. @Cloudia: the chill down the neck is a good thing!

    @Tomas: and so it is taken as such.

    @Jan: I can't wait for winter!

    @Marianne: indeed.

    @EG: looking at your blog today, I can see the place was busy!

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  6. the browns of your fall are the browns of our winter.

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  7. Postcard shot this and yesterdays views Andrew, amazing trees in the backdrop.. pines ?

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  8. I liked your post about hockey but do not know enough about the sport and the team to appreciate it completely...

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  9. This is a very nice shot, William, but I don't want to think about winter yet... :-)

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  10. Brrrr! Looks kinda chilly!

    Should I say "Go Leafs"?
    MB

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  11. @Tex: I can't imagine a winter with browns instead of white.

    @Grace: yes, those are pines in the background. Algonquin has a rich variety of evergreens, particularly the further east you go.

    @Norma: it's the best season ever!

    @VP: it is a sport I can follow and watch and appreciate, but I'm not a devoted watcher. Many Canadians, however, treat it like the national religion.

    @Karl: I'm looking forward to it.

    @Judy: well, not here today, but on that day, yes.

    @MB: perish the thought! I have cousins who are devotees of the Leafs and would have me throttled for that one.

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  12. Lovely, William! I'm off to see what nasty thing you are saying about our Leafs! ;-)

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  13. This is dreamy, William! Nice! :)

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  14. Doesn't look wintry to me. Thank goodness!

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  15. not too far off...i hear it's going to be pretty extreme this year :/

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  16. We saw a bit of this in Yellowstone very early this month. Not long before it doesn't melt and disappear.

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  17. I like the Autumn colours, but I'm not ready for Winter yet.

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  18. Gorgeous! I love the wild look of this place. Thanks for visiting my recipe post and leaving a comment. The dish wasn't really all that hot. I don't like anything too spicy and actually can't eat anything too much so, and my mouth won't take being on fire :) This had a little heat but it was more flavorful than anything else.

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  19. Very pretty! Our weather has finally been a little cooler, but I would welcome a little frost.

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  20. @Halcyon: and I'm impatient!

    @RedPat: I can just imagine this one making the rounds.

    @Linda: thanks!

    @Cheryl: not yet, but in these parts it's regular to see the first flakes in October.

    @Revrunner: and I'll be happy to see it.

    @Tanya: I certainly hope so!

    @Kay: Yellowstone anytime of the year is worthwhile.

    @Marleen: we're getting good fall colours here.

    @Denise: I do tend to be wary of what I eat; I'm not into spicy stuff myself.

    @Lois: we're in a bit of an Indian summer here.

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  21. Lovely picture, William! I don't know how you find the time to do a second blog.

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  22. looks very nice in the picture, but I'm enjoying this resurgence of summer weather at the moment.

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  23. It looks like the setting for a dark story or dark happening. Winter being the dark happening,

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  24. Over the weekend we watched some movie called The Reeds. This picture reminds me a little of that movie.

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  25. like the way my eye is drawn from the front to the trees in the background :)

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