Beautiful images.With any luck the polar vortex will be back next week.
Maravillosa fotografía de gran belleza.Ángel
Your first photo is gorgeous. A wonderful light and so romantic !Best regards, Synnöve
Beautiful photos and colours, hope your camera didn't freeze up?! ;-)
Same temperatures here. It's nice to get out without the hands going numb.
SOOOOO loving that winter cold ... we're suffering through day after punishing day of 40+C degree days in a killer summer heatwave, so I could use me some cold right now! Have a great day!!
Welcome back!：)These pictures are so impressive, so wonderful!!I enjoyed the sunrise with you.
Yep, it's raining here this morning for the first time since I can't even remember.
LOve the phrase 'polar vortex', it needs to be said in a deep voice. A beautiful reflection too. Thanks for the comment too, I don't know how it has self righted.
Gosh that first image has everything going for it Lulu, lovely reflections in the puddle... I haven't seen a puddle here for months :)
Beautiful photos, Lulu!Winter can be lovely to look at...in photos!
A beautiful, if not frigid sunrise. I'm glad it has warmed up for a bit.
Beautiful. It looks so cold there.
My heart sings when I see a photo like the top one. Really special, Lulu. Cross country skiing looks the answer to getting from A to B :).
Lovely winter images. (They looks a bit like my county now)Winter and snow allows for a variety of sports.
Lulu, these pictures are so beautiful. I like the sunny path on the ice. I would love to walk on it but not sure that ice looks very strong.If the gees are flying again it means probably that the spring will come soon.Excellent photography!
And what a beautiful sunrise it was, Jude!I just love the reflection on the pond.Have a wonderful evening.
Great shots! The reflections in the top photo are amazing and I love the human element in the bottom one. I'm glad that I don't have to pick a favorite.
Nicely done, Lulu. I like early morning photos.
Gorgeous pictures! I suppose we get a nice sunrise now and then but I'm almost never outdoors that early.
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