Cold Spring Morning On The Lake

The car windows and grass were covered in frost and the sunrise failed to deliver an array of color, but the first time out in the kayak this year offered many delights on the cold spring morning.  

One’s destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.

Henry Miller

10 responses to “Cold Spring Morning On The Lake”

  1. What a lovely past time. Your photographs are beautiful. 😊

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    1. Thank you very much! I find kayaking to be very relaxing and it was worth going out in the cold.

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  2. It must have been great to be back on the water and paddling again!

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    1. It took a little while to warm up afterwards and I probably should have waited for a better day, but I enjoyed every second and it was absolutely wonderful to be out kayaking.

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  3. I’m so glad you got to get out in the kayak, ACI — I know you’ve been waiting for the weather to allow it. Happy days and photos ahead to you~~

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    1. There were a few moments when I wondered if I might have rushed things a little bit with the weather, but they were quickly forgotten and I loved being back on the water.

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  4. Peaceful – but I bet that water was cold!

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    1. It was a beautiful morning, but I almost had frost on my feet by the time I came back to shore.

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  5. Ooh these photographs are beautiful, as ever. Sometimes cold is good…

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    1. Thank you very much! One thing good about the cold was that I was wide awake for the sunrise once I walked into the very cold water.

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