I am a British born, living in Canada. Moved from the countryside in June 2014 to an "Active Adult Community" which is a whole new way of life.
My blog is about all aspects of my daily life.
Very nice pictures.
Beautiful Gill.. Those big ice chunks will take awhile before they melt, won't they???? Great pictures!!! Thanks!Hugs,Betsy
My goodness 31st floor. No wonder you had to use the lift.Good pictures from there.
I don't know why ice, snow and winter excite me..it's so dark and dreary but I like it. I love to see frozen ponds and lakes.
Amazing, the ice, just hard to imagine, thought it was cold here.
Very cool shots, thanks for sharing.Have great a day!GuyRegina In Pictures
I see the broken ice pieces, but it looks like they are actually really deep too! Great photo!
Wow those are some big ole chunks of ice. Never fear spring is coming. =) Hope you have a great week.
Awesome ice flows! Great shots!
That is some serious ice in the giant cocktail glass of life. Great detail on the enlargement. Now I am officially colder than I have been all day ;-)Also enjoyed your funny story about the elevator!
Very interesting photos - great captures.
Those are chunk of ice, what's left of the melting snow, right? Wow ... Winter is going, isn't it?
Sorry to tell you this is not pretty neat. It's pretty freaking amazing! :-D I'd like to be sitting right there on the edge looking at that ice in the water.Wow!
That is pretty awesome!It looks like bits of glass. I'm guessing that ship isn't going anywhere too soon.Great perspective. I could almost feel like I was up there on the31st floor.My post is at Carletta’s Captures.
Pretty neat indeed. It's lovely.
That's quite a sight. Great photos!
Back home in Newfoundland this would be called "slob ice".
Oh I love icy images, thank you for sharing these.
that is so cool!!i did not believe it when i was first told the official name for that is bergy bits!
Very interesting pictures of the ice-filled lake.
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