Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Photo Essay

After so much praise Winter should say good-bye and let Spring have her say.
Arriving at the Fauquier Boat Dock
Arriving at the Fauquier Boat Dock
Rose Hips Ready for Spring
Rose Hips Ready for Spring
Fungus Growth on a Birch Tree
Fungus Growth on a Birch Tree
There are three human figures hidden in the ice. Can you see them?
There are three human figures hidden in the ice. Can you see them?
Beautiful Ingorsol Mountain
Beautiful Ingersoll Mountain Viewed through a Frame of Driftwood

You can also view my photo stream at flickr.com. Photos are taken mostly from the Arrow Lakes area. Simply search for Peter Klopp under people.

34 Replies to “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes”

    1. I guess my imagination was running wild. You need to enlarge the image to see a very large side view of a face on the right and two human figures lying on the upper left corner of the image. Do not lose any sleep over it, Amy. Hope that spring will finally be victorious. Peter

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      1. Oh, she will be. I recall after the blizzard of 1978 in Boston when I mentioned to an elderly neighbor that the snow might never melt, he said, “Spring always comes.” And so it does!

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  1. Peter, you have quite the eye for capturing natural beauty. All the photos give us a glimpse of the changing season with its splendor. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for the compliment, Robert! I looked up Jamaica Plain on Google Map. So now I have an idea of where you live. The storm you are talking about is heading toward Eastern Canada. Here in the West, Spring is finally beginning to stir with rain in the forecast.

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    1. In the upper left I imagine to see two small full length figures lying side by side. It is one of those strange ‘now you see them, now you don’t’ cases. So in a sense you discovered all three. Thanks for looking!

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  2. Peter, your photos of winter are very beautiful.. We too are ready for Spring. Thanks for your visits, like and comments on my blog, too.’
    Always nice to see you.

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  3. Dear Peter, I still remember very well the longing for spring at the end of winter. But your beautiful pictures also make me miss winter. Meanwhile I send you some virtual sunbeams from eternal summer, Peggy

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