Monday, March 9, 2009

Monochromatic Monday Musings

It would appear that winter hasn't quite agreed to release the pond from it's grip quite yet, and has steeled it's resolve to lay siege just a while longer. The mercury is once again on a descent into well below normal range. I hate to harp on Mother nature, but it'd be nice if she could at least make up her mind and stop with the yo-yo action, and perhaps even, if it's not too much to ask, get business back to normal.

So in honour of Mother nature's current frigid attitude, I've got a frosty landscape shot northeast of Winnipeg for Monochrome Monday.

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Have a great week,


Anonymous said...

Excellent picture, quite a classic.

The weather used to be like this over thirty years back, might be wise to get used to it.

namaki said...

this is very frosty indeed ... is this one of the coldest winters in years ?

allhorsestuff said...

I love the forboding sky with the wisp of moist cloud across!This is excellent!
We too have more winter white and frost in Oregon.

Dirk said...

Great picture of this winter landscape, does it good in monochrome.

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Beautiful shot. Winter weather is horrible but it does make great mono photo's. :-)

keith said...

Now that looks VERY cold.Roll on spring I say!

Carolina said...

That is a beautiful picture.