It just so happens that we were traveling to McCall, Idaho, this week to see the resort so many people had recommended as a not-to-be-missed destination. (And it was just as charming and scenic as everyone said!) So, when the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Selfie was released while we there, I immediately thought of this picture.
Although we’ve traveled quite a bit, neither one of us has ever stood on a frozen lake!! When we checked into Hotel McCall, the desk clerk said we might want to take a stroll on Payette Lake — frozen solid and covered with snow — before dark. So here we are casting long shadows on the 4-inch layer of fluffy snow atop a very frozen lake! (You can see where we scraped some of the snow off just to make sure!!)
Although the picture below is not a “selfie” exactly, here I am acting like a kid doing something for the first time while my husband captures it with his iPhone! It looks a bit like two men are standing atop my right arm, but who cares? The picture makes me smile and remember this gorgeous scene — snow glistening atop a frozen lake with us smack dab in the middle of it!
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For more on our travels through the Inland Northwest, be sure to check out the Page called Inland Northwest at the top of this blog.
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This is SUCH a clever one! LOVE it!
Going to cold places with snow has never been in my mind, but you look happy on the frozen lake.
I’m not much of a snow bunny. Don’t even own snow boots. But had to get out on that lake just to say I did!!!
It looks like fun.
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When we lived in Indiana, my husband would go out ice fishing. I would be scared to death, that the ice would break and suck him in. LOL! He would drill holes to fish and I always thought it was amazing how it wouldn’t start a chain reaction of the ice cracking. I love your pic.
Thanks. I have to admit, I was skeptical. That’s why we scraped a bit of snow away to see how thick the ice was. We just don’t get that much freezing weather in Tennessee to be able to walk on lakes & ponds!
Great selfies. Beautiful lake.
My husband and I honeymooned in New Hampshire in the beginning of January several years ago. He told me to stand out on the lake so he could take a picture of me. I walked out there and stood there only long enough for him to take a couple pictures. I was so scared but I did it. 🙂
I was scared, too, but seeing ice fishermen and people walking dogs gave me the confidence to stroll about. So fun!!!
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i’ve never stood on a frozen lake either. wonderful selfies 🙂
It’s fun to do something you’ve only seen others do in pictures! Thanks for reading!
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Definitely a selfie-style shot! (And a shadow selfie?)
Amazing to be able to walk on water!
Like that term: shadow selfie!!! It was fun walking on water – er, ice! And it didn’t even feel that cold with the sun on our backs. Thanks for reading!
Nice fun photo from Idaho.
And it was a nice, fun trip to McCall! I’d love to go back!
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Walking on water is fun, I did that last year in Wisconsin. Just a little bit scary. Great picture. Glad you are having fun.
Thanks!!! It was a fun experience, and even at my age I still have fun!!! Thanks for reading!
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Looks like fun, Rusha.
It was!!! And now I can check that off my Bucket List!
I like your happy smile, Rusha!
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