26 February 2013

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28 comments:

  1. So much ice, that's impressive! It reminds me of a cruise from Travemünde to Helsinki, we went through the ice and on the archipelago over - it was amazing!

    Happy WW, Juliane

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    1. Thank you Juliane! I've done the same cruise during summer, but that was years and years ago.

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  2. Nej det behövs inga ord vid de bilderna.
    Ha en fin fortsättning på veckan
    Kram Meta

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  3. It looks so beautiful, Gunilla, and so so so cold!! Spring is beginning here and I don't mind at all... I hope you are doing well!! xoxo Silke

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    1. Thank you so much Silke! The birds are singing and the snow is slowly starting to melt. Spring will get here too, but we won't have any flowers for a while yet. We are all doing fine and I hope that you are doing well too. Lots of hugs to you!

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  4. Beautiful photos! I love the ice, the birds!
    Cheers from Cottage Country!

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  5. Frozen water!! Are you able to walk on it or has it started thawing?

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    1. Thanks Suzan! These pics are from the harbour where the ice has been broken up. You can walk on the ice further out and on the lakes. It hasn't really started thawing yet.

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  6. Nice captures. Love watching the ice flakes and other sizes, also when you zoomed in.

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  7. wonderful sunny pics! thanx for sending some sunshine to germany :)

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    1. You're welcome Tina! I guess it's our turn to enjoy some sunshine finally.

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  8. Great series! The ice looks thick, are you waiting for the big spring meltdown. I love the cute bird too. Thanks for sharing, have a happy day!

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    1. Thank you Eileen! The ice is thick elsewhere, but it has been broken up in the harbour. People are out on the ice walking and skiing and enjoying the sun. The bird is a common crow, but they're always fun to watch.

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  9. Hello Gunilla,
    amazing pictures of broken ice, very impressive!
    Wish you a nice day,
    moni

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    1. Hi Moni, Thank you, I'm glad you like them. Enjoy your evening.

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  10. Yes, some nice pictures with the ice.

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  11. Thanks for linking up with Wordless Wednesday Bloggers! I love the ice on the water. When the ice breaks near us, it makes the most wonderful and eerie sound! See you next Wednesday.

    Jennifer, http://www.thejennyevolution.com

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    1. Thanks Jennifer! The ice in the harbour has been broken by a icebreaker. I've never heard the ice break.

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