Monday, 11 February 2013

We went to Delta, in south eastern Ontario!

In Delta, Ontario, last month. A river runs through Delta, and they have a wee park called: Lower Beverley Lake Park. I was amazed to see the water flowing on this chilly day.

A cemetery dating 1811
The rivers still run, in this warm, cold, warmth of the sun. This was taken in Delta, Ontario. Lower Lake Beverley park. If it weren't so cold, it would be refreshing!

River stream from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
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9 comments:

Gary said...

Don't think I've ever been there. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

eileeninmd said...

Great shot of the river, not quite frozen yet. The sign is wonderful showing the invasive species. Some that I think are pretty turn out to be a bad plant to have growing. Great photos, thanks for sharing your world.

Fun60 said...

That water looks very cold despite the blue skies.

Kay said...

I'm wishing you an early spring, Jenn.

ladyfi said...

Thanks for hosting Jennifer! Lovely pics.

May I make one suggestion and that is to keep the same format Sandy had in Our World - i.e. reverse order? In other words, that each person who links to Our World goes into number 1 position so that all posts have a fairer chance of exposure?

Powell River Books said...

Usually this time of year our lake is much higher. October is the typical low water month. But someone must have pulled the plug. We are almost at record lows. The dam must be running on high to generate more electricity for the mill. I wonder with the low snowfall we will get enough to get us through the summer. - Margy

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love the lighting on this watery world! Lovely views of wintry scenes!

Jackie said...

I have never been there but your pictures show it very good.

I loved the video. The crackling sound of the water running over the ice was great!

Dana said...

It does look cold. Such a beautiful sky!