Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Saturday, January 25, 2014

SepiaSaturday, January 25, 2014

I saw snow in the prompt for today and it reminded me of the day I went to visit my daughter, Christina in Belledune, north New Brunswick.  It was December 18, 2010, very chilly, however, we decided to go for a walk on the beach across from her home.  It was bright and sunny, but, very COLD.
 Not your typical day at the beach, but it was invigorating!!!
 The water would freeze as soon as it would hit some logs in the water!
 We were all bundled up against the elements that day.
 In this picture, there is no sign of ice, so one would wonder when I am bundled up so much with hat, winter coat, etc.....
Of course, whether it is hot or cold, one must play in the sand!

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  1. Clearly the blue sky in that last photograph did not bring any warmth with it! I just got back from a beach holiday and definitely prefer warm beaches to cold ones, especially if you can cool down with a refreshing swim, followed by a cool drink in the shade :-)

  2. @Jo--wish I could do that too, well, at least, I can pipe up the heat in my livingroom and still manage the cool drink....LOL

  3. We can see why you needed to be bundled up, Rosie. The walk will have done you good - once it was over.

  4. Now that is a rather clever way of always remembering when you took a photograph. A date-stamp of a very different kind.

    1. I never thought of that, but, I guess you are right Alan!

  5. Great photos! I think no matter what the weather, it's always a great time to be at the beach, no matter what!

  6. I have never seen frozen water at the beach. I thought it moved fast enough that it couldn't freeze. Brrrr.