Spring – Six Word Story

Gentle spring waves erasing winter’s imprint.

12 responses to “Spring – Six Word Story”

  1. Great photo. It looks like unrolled satin.

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    1. Thank you! The waves were gently moving the last thin sheet of ice left on the lake.

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  2. Superb abstract — the tones, colours are beautiful.

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  3. Beautiful post for World Water Day!

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  4. I have never seen waves like this — great and unique photo, ACI — and so nice to see winter’s “imprint” leaving. Enjoyed the story.

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    1. Thank you very much! It was great to watch the last sheet of ice disappear and the waves gliding over and under the ice created a wonderful moment of winter’s fading scenery.

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  5. A lovely photograph! Are you sure winter is over already? To be fair, it’s even felt a little spring like up here – we’ve had rain!

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    1. Thank you! Now that the ice has melted, I’m declaring winter is over and getting the kayak ready. I hope Mother Nature cooperates and cancels our usual ice or snow event in April and the rain in the forecast for the next week.

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  6. Don’t know how you manage to get such colour and texture in all your water, but I love it.

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    1. Thank you! One of the things I love about capturing images of the water is how rapidly the light and wind changes the beauty of the lake.

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