This morning on BT they were discussing the weather and Frankie ‘Flowers’ the weather man asked if anyone knew what the temperature was on this day in 2005, it seems the answer is 17 degrees Celsius, which in Canada is shorts and sandal temperatures people.
This got me thinking about that year when the temperatures plummeted from the way above freezing to what felt like a hundred degrees below freezing, ok, I’m exaggerating, but you get the point.
We’d had nice warm weather for the winter, a few days of snow but nothing that was super cold and then suddenly *wham* we got his with this horrible frozen front that made the temperature drop, and it had such an amazing effect on the lake.
See it hadn’t been cold enough to really make the temperature of the lake drop and when that cold front hit Toronto the lake temperature was warmer than the air and it make these great clouds of moisture plume from the lake, and it looked like the lake was steaming. Maybe it was.
The point is that it looked amazing and I grabbed my camera and took some shots of the lake and the clouds from a couple different parks along the Shore that day and I then posted them, and to this day I’m really proud of these photos.