Thursday, April 26, 2012

No Longer Stuck in the Ice

No Longer Stuck in the Ice
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It was only one month ago that I walked out onto this pier at one of the lakes at the Rudan nature reserve to take some photos of a big tree branch that was stuck in the ice. On this visit it looked a bit different. Funny story here, as I was trying to get the perfect angle for this shot two workers from the municipality arrived. They were replacing broken planks and had to climb over me to get out onto the pier, you can see one of them on my second photo. Oh, and here is a link to the ice photo.

8 comments:

Cathy Hudspeth said...

Love this -

Lowell said...

Times change and things change quickly!

You're lucky you weren't arrested for interfering with the work of plank fixers!

Steffe said...

That would have been something Lowell!

Lowell said...

Rust is ubiquitous when you live by the ocean. Parts of Cedar Key are rusting away. But it's a slow process. We've been visiting Cedar Key for 25 years and not much has changed. The biggest changes were the result of hurricanes one of which blew away the iconic Cedar Key pier. That was replaced recently by an ugly concrete/steel thing.

AL said...

I love the way that you take us back to earlier scenes...Thanks Steffe.

Bob Crowe said...

True, but still lonely and cold.

Hilda said...

How nice of them not to disturb you.

Prem said...

beautiful photos... i can imagine the story now :D