It is a bright January afternoon and the water reflects the blue of the sky. I hope that the picture shows you how really gorgeous it is today.
We went down to the waters edge. It is very windy and a little cool – but once we were out of the wind, it was very pleasant, even on the water.
We saw a heron fishing and a few fish in the shallows, so I am certain he will find a good dinner this evening!
This second picture shows a cyclone of midges. If you look closely, you will see little bits of something in the air. The sunlight is reflecting off the tiny wings of the midges.
We are already talking about the summer and having the boat out on the lake. So on this beautiful day in the course of our seasons, we are looking forward to coming seasons too.
I enjoyed the pictures and the commentary both. Is it unseasonably warm by you also? Central Virginia is in the low 60’s which is way too warm.
Hi Nancy – thanks for dropping by and commenting. And, yes, it has been a decidedly warm winter so far. We have had a few days of cold temps – really no bad weather ( yet!). But we know Feb is on the way and we can have huge snows in March. But, like you, we will enjoy the warm temps now!
Have a great evening. Kathleen