Reason Freezin

                                     Hubby and I went to Caseville, MI two weeks ago, I was very eager to see the Lake just to find out that it is frozen. Have you seen a frozen waves? Here are some of the snaps that I took. Too bad I am scared to get closer but I think I did had a good job with this one.


                                                           Linking to Watery Wednesday



Comments

Luna Miranda said…
no, i haven't seen a frozen lake up close and personal. i'm thinking of halo-halo.:p
Indrani said…
Never seen frozen waves before. Fantastic capture.
Lorac said…
Interesting photos Kim! I like the grasses in the foreground.
forgetmenot said…
You did a great job--love the "frozen" waves. Mickie :)
Genie said…
Beautiful processing...lovely captures. They look like paintings, and the waves look like mini ice mountains. genie
Jessica said…
Such soft colors, beautiful photos, thanks for sharing :)
George said…
You did a wonderful job of capturing the beauty of this frozen lake.
Faye said…
How'd that happen? No, I've never seen frozen waves but you've proved that it is a possibility. What lovely tones you've found in this shot too, especially against the grassy foreground.
Ann said…
I showed your frozen waves to my husband, a coastal engineer, he is impressed.
Kim, USA said…
Hi Ann, thank you. If I am only brave enough to walk close to the waves from the beach it would be very awesome.

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