Wednesday, January 29, 2014

WW: Wagamons Pond After Winter Snow Storm

Frozen Pond Picture

"Beauty, like ice, our footing does betray; Who can tread sure on the smooth, slippery way: Pleased with the surface, we glide swiftly on, And see the dangers that we cannot shun."
- John Dryden

The temperature in southern Delaware usually doesn't stay below freezing long enough for big puddles to freeze, let alone large bodies of water. Although I'm not fond of frigid weather, the effects can be stunning, such as snow sitting upon Wagamons Pond in Milton during a winter sunset.

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18 comments :

  1. Sadly, it's a familiar site for me. It;s been super cold in MA this year.

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  2. That is a beautiful photo! I don't have Wordless Wednesday up yet, but I will by the morning. Have a great day!

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  3. The water is so pretty! I love it.

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  4. Beautiful shot! Thanks for hosting the linky =)

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  5. It's definitely a stunning sight but yeah, I'm with you when it comes to cold (ie. below-freezing) temperatures.

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  6. wow. beautiful.
    I love taking pictures of my garden in summer, but I shots like this make me think winter can almost be as interesting and lovely.

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  7. Beautiful picture! I love watching snow pics but I hate the cold, brrrr....

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  8. Beautiful picture! I love how the sun is just behind the trees! Gorgeous!

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  9. Gorgeous photo! We have a bit of a heatwave going on here at the moment and I've been dreaming about snow.

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  10. Love the quote! And your photo is wonderful. Great back-lighting with hints of pink. I actually want to be there and I don't like the cold.

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  11. Beautiful Photo! Thanks for sharing this with us! Can't wait to see more of your posts!

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  12. I'm a day behind. We got some of that white stuff on Tuesday. DH stayed home yesterday because of the icy, snow covered roads in our neighborhood. I wish I could have gotten outdoors early yesterday morning to photograph the snow, but it was all of 1°. I didn't feel brave enough to venture outside, but instead stayed in bed till 10am. lol This morning is wickedly cold, too. I just love your WW photo, though. This must have been awesome to see up close and personal through the lens. I would like an opportunity like this...someday! Happy WW! ;)

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