Wordless Wednesday Ducks on the Lower Narrows on a Cold January Day January 6, 2021 Laurie Graves 41 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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The must be pleased to have some open water to swim in.
I am sure they are.
You are welcome 😊
Better the ducks on this icy water than me, ha! Great capture, Laurie!
Right? So chilly.
Is that red plant on the left dogwood? I can’t remember its exact name, but it certainly is a nice accent in the landscape.
I am not sure. I will scope it out again next time I go to the Narrows.
I found the plant I was thinking of. It’s Red Osier Dogwood — here’s a nice article with pics.
Thanks for taking the time to look it up!
It looks beautiful Laurie! xxx
Thanks so much!
Beautiful picture…so calm. Just watching the news from the Capitol…
What. A. Day. Heartbreaking. I will be writing about this in the next day or two.
I don’t usually think ‘magestic’, but that strikes me as majestic. Maybe it’s the tall trees on the other side.
Yes, those dark, pointed evergreens. Very Maine.
Nice shot, Laurie. I like the zigzag of ice and wind-roughed water!
Hi, Laurie – Your photo radiates ‘cold’ perfectly! Great shot!
Lovely shot, but very cold! Watching news from the US this morning, was rather depressing…
Yes, very cold. As for the news…heartbreaking!
I imagine them urging each other to go in first
Fun but chilly to think about.
That is a beautiful scene from the Narrows, Laurie. It is very peaceful.
You always have such a wonderful gift of finding great things to photograph and your photos often have red that is a true pleasure to see. This looks very cold and the ducks are so small before all the winter ice. Lovely!
A postcard perfect capture, Laurie! The ducks must be freezing!!!!
Thanks so much! The ducks are built for the cold. 😉
I imagine they must be! You must have been feeling chillier than they!
Not too bad. Remember, I am a Mainer and know how to bundle up when it’s cold. 😉
Loving Husband is convinced that people who grow up with distinct hot & cold seasons (neither he nor I – we both grew up in hot hot and more hot Singapore) develop superior coping mechanisms, physical and otherwise.
A lovely shot.
Beautiful winter scene and wonderful it’s within walking distance!
We are so blessed to have this beautiful water within 1/4 mile of our home.
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