Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

A Walk along the Lakeshore of the Lower Arrow Lake

On the second Sunday of Advent brilliant sunshine, so unusual in December, invited my wife and me to drive out to our favourite campsite. In other years, we had to park our car at the junction and walk down over snow and ice to the lake. There was hardly any snow, which allowed me to drive down to the boat ramp. From there we took a leisurely hike to the mouth of the creek. Of course, we had our cameras with us, and here is the result of this glorious Sunday morning. Enjoy.

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My Wife and I Basking in the Sunshine

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Ice Crystals on a Mossy Patch

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Studies of Light and Dark

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Sparkling Droplets on Pine Needles

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Caeli enarrant gloriam Dei

 

29 comments

  1. arv! · December 11

    I loved the last picture which shows an expansive landscape. So beautiful!

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    • Peter Klopp · December 12

      As of today the landscape has changed and is covered by a blanket of snow.

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  2. Rashmi Gopal Rao · December 11

    Lovely captures as always!

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  3. Amy · December 11

    Your photos capture both the beauty and the piercing cold of the ice and snow.

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  4. Edda · December 11

    Wunderschöne Aufnahmen, Peter!!
    Und mir gefällt das erste Foto am meisten, weil da zwei wunderbare Menschen zu sehen sind!👍👋
    Edda

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  5. Pure Glory · December 11

    Peter, thank you for sharing the beauty of your area. Really enjoy your photos. Blessings!

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  6. crowcanyonjournal · December 11

    Well, I had to go back to my high-school Latin to translate that line under your last photo. And Google told me that you were quoting Psalm 18! Thanks for the lesson, Peter, and those beautiful photos!

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    • Peter Klopp · December 13

      I am so glad that you took the time to search and translate this verse from Psalm 18. There are not too many people who would even recognize the Latin language any more. Have a great advent season!

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  7. Thank you for sharing your lovely day out with Biene, illustrated with your beautiful images. Schoene Adventszeit Euch beiden.

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    • Peter Klopp · December 13

      Ebenfalls eine gesegnete Weihnachtszeit! Nun haben wir Schnee und der Winter steht vor der Tür. It is beginning to feel like Christmas.

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  8. Des · December 11

    The colors look amazing, Peter! Nice to see you two enjoying yourselves out in the sun.

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    • Peter Klopp · December 13

      I had placed the camera on a tree stump to get this picture of my wife and me. Thanks for the kind comment, Des!

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  9. Stella, oh, Stella · December 12

    You two are looking good! What a fantastic sunny day!

    Your Wednesday photos are always so uplifting with this vast, impressive, beautiful nature that surrounds you.

    I do like them all very much, with maybe a tendency to favour the one through the roots and the one through the needles …

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    • Peter Klopp · December 13

      When I take photos, I always try to find something unusual, a new perspective to an old theme. Thank you very much. Birgit, for your uplifting comment!

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  10. kopfundgestalt · December 12

    Ich liebe es, Euch beide immer wieder mal zu sehen 🙂

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  11. Su Leslie · December 12

    Lovely photos Peter.

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  12. Steve Schwartzman · December 13

    Each drop at the tip of a pine needle is a world unto itself.

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    • Peter Klopp · December 15

      So true, it is very much like with snow flakes. To the casual observer they all look the same.

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  13. jml297 · January 14

    Such magnificent photos, Peter. What a wonderful day out for you and Biene in the splendour of nature!

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