Things That Are Cold: Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge

icicles, rust
This week’s topic for Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge is things that are cold.

Snow on a fence and trees

I see a pattern with my images: they are mostly based on the weather. Snow and ice and cold is all I can think about. The temperatures will drop this weekend to their lowest of the winter so far.

snow on trees

I wonder how I would have done this challenge in the summer time? Maybe images of ice-cold drinks sitting out in the sun?

slide, playground, snow

Speaking of summer, it will be nice to get out to the parks and playgrounds again.

snow and ice on the lake with dried grass

Or go swimming in the lake.

dock, snow, ice, night, grass

Or go check out the marina near the beach.

Dried hydrangea in snow afternoon sunlight

Looking at flowers again in warm weather.

snow pile, stop sign

Or even just looking at stop signs without being reminded of snow.

ice frozen to a wall, icicles

But for now, my world is full of things that are cold. And that includes me!


The Lake in July, April, and March

Lake with cat tails and bushes
July 4

The lake, three ways. Here are some images from summer, spring, and winter.

In April, the new grass and cat tails are starting to grow. There’s not much else as far as green stuff to look at. In other years, there might be more spring plant life to see in mid-April, but winter just didn’t want to leave us this year.

April 19, the lake with new grasses starting to grow
April 19

I used this image for the Landscape assignment of Photo 101 in March.

snow and ice on the lake with dried grass
March 22

I’ll have to go back in the fall. I bet the hills look pretty when the leaves turn.