corner view ~ reflection

A couple of shots from our walk at the dog park early Sunday morning. Everything was still frozen solid, making the path much easier than it would have been later on in the day. The way the early sun reflected off the ice reminded me of spring mornings of my childhood; on the farm, and in ditches and fields around the school. Clumps of smooth ice and sheets of frozen water that would crack, splintering out from the centre if you were brave enough to walk across, hoping the ice would hold!

More Corner View Here.

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10 Responses to corner view ~ reflection

  1. Victoria says:

    I love black and white pics! Although a little late,thanks for dropping by my blog :) i will be returning to yours!

  2. la ninja says:

    wowza mamma. that’s just gorgeous.
    still pretty nippy at your end of the woods, though. when does your world start to defrost properly?

  3. Francesca says:

    It’s incredible how the cycling of the season is so engrained in our memories.

  4. Joyce says:

    I love the photos!! xo

  5. Theresa says:

    Reminds me of days of yore :)

  6. woolf says:

    lovely little paragraph, evocative of a childhood stacked with sweet memories… the starry image feels laden. n♥

  7. del says:

    Those pictures are really incredible. I can’t even imagine all that ice!

    And you still can participate in blog week! There’s no hard and fast rules so even if you can only do one day, you’re more than welcome :-)

  8. planetcoops says:

    What fantastic photos. Love them.

  9. flowtops says:

    I like that you chose black and white. Gives it a little extra something!

  10. Kristin says:

    I like the b / w photos very much. The second one is especially wonderful.

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