26 January 2015

Kvarnträsk / Myllyjärvi


I went to Kvarnträsk (which means mill lake) on Saturday.


Lots of ice and pretty newly fallen snow.





Arriving at the lake.


View over the lake.


There's ice on the lake, but I stayed on land.



Waiting for swimmers.



I often have two cameras with me:
One for landscapes and one for details
like the ice in the photos below.









I'm linking to Blogger's Sunday Walk.

I guess I cheated a little as I did my walk on
Saturday, but I hope you enjoyed it anyway.


52 comments:

  1. Love that little snowy town in the header. I've been taking pictures of ice too and eating icicles!

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  2. Så häftiga isformationer ,vackert foto ,kram Nette

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  3. Heisann!
    Spektakulære motiv og spennende utsnitt - flott at du deler opplevelsen med oss, Gunilla.
    Setter deg opp på lista. Velkommen med bidrag 15. febrar også ;:OD) Ha en fin kveld.

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    1. Tack ska du ha! Jag ska försöka vara med nästa gång också. Ha en skön kväll.

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  4. Great photos of this wonderful place, beautiful snowy landscapes!

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  5. Amazing 'Ice Art' Gunilla and I do so like the snow scenes with the conifers.

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  6. Those icicles Look dangerous! Beautiful shots of the snow and ice.

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  7. what wonderful winter images Gunilla.

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  8. Love those frozen waterfalls!

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  9. Breathtaking shots. Thanks for sharing them with us.

    Have a nice day

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  10. I really liked sharing your walk Gunilla. Those frozen icicle photographs are amazing :D)

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  11. Hello Gunilla,
    What a great images of the frozen waterfall.
    The landscape with the snow is great.

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  12. Fantastic series of snow and ice shots. Love the close ups

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  13. Great shots - believe it or not we were snowed on in Tasmania last week (for about 10 minutes!)

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  14. Impresionantes paisajes de nieve y hielo.
    Un abrazo,

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  15. I love the Scandinavian winter, great shots!
    The frozen waterfall is great, Gunilla
    LG Gabi

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  16. The landscapes are lbeautiful, but I am so glad you also shared your detail work! The icicle pictures ... And that one of the frozen water falling ... Are just lovely.

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  17. Doesn't matter when you walk and it looks like it was a lovely one at that! I too have 2 camera bodies as I just don't want to be trying to manage getting lenses off and on all the time!

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    1. Thank you very much! I had to have my camera body cleaned after getting something in it when I changed lenses in the wrong place.

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  18. Awesome winter pictures!!
    great blog, compliments!!

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  19. It's neat to see the frozen waterfall (?). Lovely scenery!

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    1. Thank you, Bethany! It's not a waterfall, but the surface of the cliff is usually wet after the rain.

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  20. Jeez Mina ........ what an ice !!!!! All that water from the falls as frozen stiff! Very nice to see. I think also the snow in the trees fantastic!

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  21. Oh my, that is cold indeed! Makes me happy that I am in south Florida where our city has never had a recorded snowfall!

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    1. Thank you very much, Kenneth! We're actually having a warm winter here. :-)

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