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Friday, February 3, 2012

Water- Three Phases

 
These are a couple more pictures from Tuesday when the sky was bright. It was a day for beauty to be remembered.

I like this set... water vapor in the air making patterns, water so cold in Crystal Lake it almost looked like a gel, and the ice along the shores.

mackerel sky

ice and waves

Josh's eye appointment today went well. Vision in the left eye was 20-40. So both eyes are significantly improved as a result of the surgeries.

I hope to get out for a better walk tomorrow.

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7 comments:

Ann said...

Love that second shot but it does look very cold.
Congrats to Josh on the successful surgery

Don't unplug your hub said...

Hi Sharkbytes. Thought it time to say hallo. Love the sky photo. The ice looks like foam.

jakill said...

So glad that the eye surgery came up trumps, Joan. Like the pics too. Holes Bay was all frozen when we walked Jade beside it this afternoon. That's very unusual here.

Dennis the Vizsla said...

We pretty much have zero phases of water out here! Well, except for the ocean of course ... ;-)

Ratty said...

It's good to see the water. The only body of water I've seen for a little while has been from my little creek at the edge of my property.

Sharkbytes said...

Ann- It always seems to me that cold water really does look different from warm water. I wonder if there's anything in that?

John- Hello! I didn't stop for the ice picture that really looked like the sky. I should have

Jean- You are getting our cold weather.

Dennis- are you thirsty? Maggie

Ratty- Michigan DOES have water!

RNSANE said...

Brrr, that water looks really cold!! Nice photography, Joan.

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