25 July 2013: You know it cold when the water turns to ice on you kayak. It was -6, the waters were mirrored and my morning paddle may have been frosty but it was mind blowing. It’s well worth having frosty fingers when you are treated to scenery like this. Lake Burley Griffin is ever changing and I’m amazed at how it provides me with a new experience each day. I hope you enjoy this morning’s frosty snaps.
Cutting through the icy waters.
Despite the cold the scenery was fantastic
The scenery was so cool….sorry I couldn’t help myself then 🙂
I just love how this photo sums up the morning perfectly.
You know its cold when the water turns to ice on you kayak!
I just had to load another one.
It’s well worth having frosty fingers when you are treated to scenery like this.
Burning through the morning mist.
I wasn’t in any hurry at all.
Lucky I had the kayak fitted with an electric seat and a ice breaker yesterday 😛
“Nature is pleased with simplicity. And nature is no dummy”
It certainly was a hair raiser of a morning.