I've always thought it was magical the way the sun can find that spot between my shoulder blades on cold but sunny days, beam through the layers of wool and fancy man-made fibers to give me a patch of solar warmth on my skin.
Not too surprisingly with the latest few dumps of snow, there's really not too much going on in the garden. The winter interest stuff (the stuff that still is above the snow) really starts to look a bit beaten up and down by this time of the winter. So, it was off to the lake for a few snaps. Hard to see in the one above, but the lake was dancing with tails of mist.
The light was not the best for photos, but oh-so wonderful for the soul.
I've tipped the lake into the landscape - so hard to see the screen while I was taking the shot - it was one of those pictures that I took on spec - not having a clue what it was going to look like in the end. Wonder how the gal on shore fared with her shots?
Kevin said, "If there was every any doubt about the warmth of goose down - all you have to do is look at these geese." This area of Lake Ontario often freezes - although not this year - inspite of this last cool patch. Just shows how warm the summer was.