Monday, January 24, 2011

River of Ice


Although most of our snow is gone there are still some icy areas, like the Santa Fe river. What little water is in there is still just ice. We were supposed to get snow today but it passed us by again. I am starting a class at the community college this evening so if I don't get back to everyone today I will stop by your blogs on Tuesday.

38 comments:

Olivier said...

Sympa ce ruisseau encore gelé dans la foret. et puis bonne classe.

Traveling Hawk said...

Well caotured! I took a photo of Santa Fe river in summer and it wasn't more water then!

Eyeliquor said...

A nice shot of this frozen river
Would like to see this one in spring or summer:)
Have a nice monday..and don't rush! :)

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

You may not have snow but the frozen stream says that it is quite frigid there! Best of luck with your class, Randy!

Bises,
G

Kate said...

I like the way the tree trunk intersects the corner of t he photo. I hope that the class is interesting. Too bad about the snow; I'd gladly trade our ground cover for yours!

VP said...

Good luck with your class... and keep an eye on the ici areas!

yas said...

Oh, icy river!
Be careful going home!

Lúcia said...

I love this kind of shot, specially because we don't have low temperatures around here (it's very cold in winter but not so cold like yours).
Have a good class. ;-)

Farmchick said...

Be glad that the snow passed you by this time.

teca said...

Lovely image... indeed!
Have a nice starting class, honey!
Cheers and peaceful!
Many kisses.

Luis Gomez said...

Have a great class. It still looks cold Randy.

Carola said...

Like a perfect painting. And your posts are so varied. Just great!

marty said...

It's funny ! you are so far and Ihave
made shots like you here !!!
yours are beautiful Randy !
have a nice week

Sharon said...

It looks like a white ribbon in the woods.

Jacob said...

A lovely shot of a fine-looking crick! (I heard that word in Minnesota!) Icy is dicey but better in a creek than on a road!

Good luck on your class...sounds like fun. Whatcha learning?

Have a great day!

Johnny said...

También esta haciendo un duro invierno en España. Feliz dia Martes.

EG Wow said...

Well, it's only January so there's plenty more time for snow. LOL

(By the way, I like snow as long as I don't have to drive in it.)

lizziviggi said...

We were supposed to get a hard winter here in the pacific northwest, but I guess it all went your way instead! We've hardly been below freezing all season!

Jarart said...

Happy,icy, Monday!

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I would think a waterway named after a town would be a little bit larger than what we here in Cailfornia would consider a creek. I must go visit Sante Fe and see what this is all about.

Bare bilder - Pictures only said...

Not much snow left here..
Thanks for nice comments in my blog. I appreciate it.
Have a nice week:)

L.D. said...

That's beautiful in a very organic earthy way. Happy travels see you soon!

Mahon said...

Hello randy,
finally back from my holidays, I discover all your latest photos ! It's always pleasant come see you, i liked "royal rose" and "howdy partner", very beautiful !!

Bye**

RedPat said...

Snow certainly brightens the landscape but maybe spring is on its way to you!

Faysal said...

Very natural scene, I like it.

cieldequimper said...

Cool for your class!

Hey, I wish we could have some ice. Lucky you!

Youth_in_Asia said...

I love a frozen stream in the winter. Nice capture, Randy.

1ondoncalling said...

Did you enjoy your class at the college?
Took any interesting pictures there?

Magpie said...

It's lovely. Your river looks to have as much water - in your case, ice - as Arizona rivers.

Halcyon said...

I like the earthy tones. Have fun in your class!

Jack said...

Yes, it still looks chilly. What kind of class are you taking?

NYC In Photographs said...

Great shot! I agree with Eyeliquor, I wonder how it looks at that time as well.

I hope your class goes well!

Tracy said...

As you know, that looks like one of our rivers. Minus the ice, of course!

becky said...

I saw it snow for like 10 minutes out the windows at work yesterday morning... but by lunch time, it was sunny! good luck on your first class!

Allison said...

I took a class at the community college last year. German. That lasted about 4 weeks... What're you up to, Randy?

JM said...

This is lovely!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

THose are cool machines.

-K- said...

I love this photo. It reminds me so much of my week in northern New Mexico about 10 years ago. I spent a lot of time along the Pecos River. Beautful, beautiful land.