Lakes and Snow… definitely the Arctic

Good Morning! I forgot to schedule the post for yesterday, so you’re getting it a little bit later than planned… oh well… it happens. How did you like that fashion and nature collision from Wednesday? Four very talented artists with a skill I greatly admire!

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Let’s chat a bit about today’s featured image: Two snow people sorta holding hands, except the smaller one is missing its limbs and eyes! I wonder if there was something funny going on that day. Maybe Roda had a little too much ice wine up there in the tundra. Or maybe they’re playing a game of “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie… there were 5 snow people at the beginning, but one by one they disappeared off into the lakes and mountains as seen in the photos below. Don’t worry, they won’t disappear forever like in my favorite mystery novel — perhaps they were just running away to get some quiet time from… never mind, I’ll stop there… in the end, Roda will be standing on her own waving at us from the mountain top and telling us she conquered the world! I can hear her now… “I Win. I’m the Winner!” Oh, the competitions we’ve had in the past. By my count, I’m ahead by 2 to 1. She’ll never acknowledge it.

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What a view on that one!

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This is Emerald Lake, but shouldn’t it be more green?

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If that’s Bear Lake, where’s the bear?

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Oh found the bear… Oops, that’s just Roda! How happy she looks to be in nature.

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This one looks more like a volcano hidden under the snow. I wonder what’s next… an underwater photo of a shark swimming around the island? We’ll be back for one final post later tonight or in the morning depending on when Roda and I connect, and if I’m asleep already. I am worn out by that little puppy who likes to be up at 5:30 AM, so my bedtime is now like 10 PM. Even on a Friday… Oy vey! Did I spell that properly?

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