A note to Blogger users: the latest bit of a glitch happening with the site is that older actual comments- either weeks or even years old- are now being shunted to spam long after they were published. I started noticing it a few days ago and deleted all of the routine spam comments to ensure I could restore genuine comments. If it's happening to me, it'll be happening to you.
Pink Lake is a jewel. It was busy- you could hear voices of other hikers across the lake- but at the same time you could feel quite on your own. With cool temperatures and sunny skies, it was the ideal time for a hike around its shores.
The rocks below the surface caught my eye- a reminder of the erosion issues that remain around this lake.
Getting near the eastern shores we start to see that green quality to the water.
These were numerous along this part of the trail.
This last shot for today is just around the east edge of the lake, where there's an outlet.
Great pictures! I am sure you found the best hiking trails.ReplyDelete
Is that near Renfrew Ontario? Yes, I noticed that glitch this morning, lolReplyDelete
This lake is gorgeous. It glows in blue! With regard to comments, it prevented me from commenting after 10!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful lake!ReplyDelete
The colours are fascinating.ReplyDelete
Beautiful lake and lovely photos. Yes, I've had the comment problem, just once so far:)ReplyDelete
That green colour in the water is very special, I've never seen it before.ReplyDelete
Same on my blog. Nice Autumn series here.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the warning - my version has no spam (I started it from an Australian blog but am in Germany... blogger does not like that or I am too dumb...)ReplyDelete
I have noticed that issue too. I think that someone stays up at night trying to figure out how to make blogger more unpredictable.ReplyDelete
Love the views of the lake and pretty trees. I saw the same thing happening with the old comments, very weird.
Enjoy your day, have a great new week!
I love the wildflowers!ReplyDelete
Your comments usually go to spam. I see them and click to post and it asks again if they are spam.
...this sure is a lovely spot.ReplyDelete
These are some of my favourite photos of yours, William! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
@Catarina: this is a good one.ReplyDelete
@Cloudia: Renfrew isn't too far away.
@Roentare: your comment from yesterday was sent to spam.
@Italiafinlandia: that it is.
@Joan: they are.
@Rosie: it's annoying.
@Jan: it is ethereal.
@Stefan: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Iris: blogger can be annoying at times.
@David: that would be fitting.
@Eileen: thank you.
@Sandi: I'm no good with identifying them.
Dieses Blau vom Wasser und vom Himmel in den ersten Bildern ist sehr schön.ReplyDelete
What a lovely trip! I enjoyed that immensely. We spent yesterday installing a security camera. The gun range dude is on the antivax, proConvoy side. Not that we are paranoid!ReplyDelete
I am reminded that as I drive by lakes in the country, it is often not very colourful on the far shore.ReplyDelete
So beautiful! I wonder how the lake got its name. Thank you for all the great pictures.ReplyDelete
That's a beautiful spot!ReplyDelete
Gostei de ver estas belas fotografias.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Great photo of a gorgeous place ~ReplyDelete
Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Beautiful lake photos.ReplyDelete
The colours are fabulous.ReplyDelete
what gorgeous fall (autumn) colors. i am a fan. love the reflections. hope your weekend was lovely. lots of amazing fall-ness around here. lol. made that word up. i love this time of the year. it is my fave. take care. ( :ReplyDelete
I've been having that with spam too.ReplyDelete
The pictures are gorgeous. A wonderful place to walk!!
Yes, the problems with blogger comments and spam are continuing ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
It IS a jewel. That photo with the reflections -- wow.ReplyDelete
An absolutely stunning place.ReplyDelete
@Noke: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Jennifer: I hope that situation goes your way.
@Anvilcloud: I've seen it like that in places.
@DJan: named for a family.
@Sharon: yes it is.
@Carol: thank you.
@Bill: I thought so.ReplyDelete
@RedPat: I agree.
@Beth: thank you.
@happyone: it certainly is.
@Jan: thank you.
@Jeanie: I agree.
@Gemel: very much so.