Tuesday, March 8, 2011

3/09 Outdoor Wednesday #13


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Lake Michigan, Grasses, waves and clear blue sky, March 2011. What a relief from gray, gray and more gray skies we were having for many days.


Only a few chunks of ice left on shoreline of Lake Michigan. Water is now open.



Lake Michigan just a few weeks ago, ice was melting. How weird I see an upside down Valentine. Do you?
Glad you could drop by. Come see what is featured next week, if you have some time.


15 comments:

  1. Awesome photos! Looks like spring is on it's way.

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  2. Thanks for the visit, glad to see you getting a little thaw. Your part of the country has had a tough winter, I'll bet your really glad it's almost over!

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  3. Your images are just great. It must be interesting to watch the thaw. Love the little quote in the previous post!

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  4. Hi Joyce,
    Your photographs are just wonderful!
    Thanks for visiting my garden.
    I am your new follower.
    Barb

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  5. What dramatic and wonderful pictures...so beautiful!

    Thank you for visiting me and leaving such a nice comment. Have a great day.(-:

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  6. How beautiful....and cold looking! I see the upside down valentine...Was this ice in a parking lot?

    Thanks for visiting Artfully Graced tonight. Yes, that beautiful tree is a native of Brazil. I always get excited when I spy the first blooming tree of the season...and the camera comes out!!!
    Have a wonderful week.
    Jane (Artfully graced)

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  7. Great photos and that was pretty perceptive to see the upside down Valentine.

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  8. I can see the Valentine. :)
    Great shots.

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  9. Haha, the last photo is awesome. Good find and well captured!

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  10. You're brave to go out there for photographing these beautiful sceneries!

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  11. Slowly, slowly Spring is inching her way across the land.
    Great shots and yes, I did notice the inverted heart in the melting ice.
    Happy Outdoor Wednesday from Normandy.

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  12. You are right, I see that upside down heart too. I thought it's man made.
    slowly but sure, spring is coming , as your lovely photos show too.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  13. I love the forms and frames in these photos, great songs with a very interesting language. Greetings

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  14. It has been years since I saw lake Michigan, or I should say the shore & at winter! It never looked as pretty as this where my view was from. Love the top one with the grasses. thanks for stopping by, I can not wait until I see my crocus come up this year! my photos were from years past... dreaming of spring. Good to see the lake thawing, so we know it is getting close! ~Faythe @ GMT~

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