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Watery Wednesday

Posted by Lorac Wednesday, 24 March 2010

As we see the significant weather changes here in Ontario with the beginnings of spring, we realize that it won't be long until we see the fresh green leaves decorating the trees. This picture is only a photo of things to come but soon will be reality!


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22 comments

  1. Martha Z Says:
  2. A lovely spot to enjoy warmer weather. Soon.

     
  3. Linnea W Says:
  4. Looks like reality to me! I'm sure you'll welcome spring when it arrives!

     
  5. ~Cheryl Says:
  6. Super photo! What a variety of tree trunks, and I can almost hear that water!

     
  7. J Bar Says:
  8. Top shot.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

     
  9. Hootin' Anni Says:
  10. My gosh....I think I've died and gone to heaven!!!

    STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE... is my Wednesday entry!! do come by if you can, I'd love to have your company today.

     
  11. Ann Says:
  12. where are you? Are you any where near Windsor. Over 30 years ago, I was a student at Windsor U.

    I like your waterfall. I went to one on Sat, but because of our dry summer, there wasn't much rain.

     
  13. Hilda Says:
  14. Beautiful! I love waterfalls and cascades!

     
  15. Sandra Says:
  16. Makes me all the more anxious for spring. This is a beautiful photo.

     
  17. Judy Says:
  18. I like the tree that has fallen just above the waterfall! It emphasizes the horizontal lines of the river without taking anything from the verticals of the fall and all the tree trunks!

     
  19. Ah - we can dream - not long now ....

     
  20. KaHolly Says:
  21. Wow, it's already that green in Ontario? ~karen

     
  22. Shey Says:
  23. You live in a really beautiful place. This is such a soothing view. I can almost hear the water...

     
  24. Lorac Says:
  25. Ann I live in Halton Hills. A little town called Georgetown. It isn't close to Windsor.

    Karen I wish! No that is a photo of things to come!

     
  26. Oh my, wouldn't mind having a dip!

     
  27. EG Wow Says:
  28. Environment Canada is promising us better weather next week. YAY! This photo is lovely!

     
  29. Delwyn Says:
  30. Hi Lorac

    I can feel the freshness in this photo...smell it as well as hear the water fall...

    happy days

     
  31. Gorgeous! I am definitely ready to experience those warm sights and sounds again.

     
  32. A Wonderful peaceful place and a gorgeous Photo....!!
    Absolutely Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!

    have a great week!
    ciao ciao elvira

     
  33. Ann Says:
  34. Looking at those beautiful delicate green leave and the glistening water. I think Spring has actually arrived there.

     
  35. Arti Says:
  36. Hi Lorac,
    What a splendid and spectacular photo..you take lovely pics..what a nice place u live in
    PS I am following u!!

    My Yatra Diary...

     
  37. I love coming to your site and seeing your photos

     
  38. Melanie Says:
  39. Beautiful shot! I'm your 100th follower!!!

     

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