Eating curds and drinking from the bubbler in south central Wisconsin
The ice fishermen of Wisconsin are a whole lot tougher than I am!!
You're more of desert fisherman though, aren't you, Yogi?
Nicely composed. He certainly takes plenty of stuff with him ;)
Thanks, here I was thinking he travelled light compared to some, DS.
Your snowy pic is crazy cool, Robert. Anyone reading this should immediately leave this page to check your talented arse OUT.
I don’t think I’d like fishing too much, brrrrrrr!
Not worth getting to the fish, Brian?
I love that photo. Don't see anything like it out here in CA!!
The way things are going you just might. It's barely snowed here and the first part of January saw temps in the high 40s/low 50s.
This was one more unseasonably warm day and I'll take safety over sunshine any day.
Starkly beautiful image.
It reminds me of an outdoor movie.
My hat off to anyone who would brave hours in the freezing cold, just for maybe a single fish!!You have a real knack Jeanna to find these once in a life time captures! Thank you blog Friend to keep us on our toes at All Seasons!
It's so cold (how cold is it?) that every time I see people ice fishing I get a chill. I braved the inhumanely freezing cold armed only with my cousin, a hand auger and six pack of beer a few times and that was enough. It wasn't freezing cold when I took this pic, it was warm for winter and sunny, a beautiful day, really. We had a lot of those really nice days and now we're in for it so says the weather forecasters.
That is one peachy dory time I do not ever want to experience! But that guy would probably hate peachy dory hot and humid Florida. Everything works out well that way!
Oh c'mon, a hearty RVer like yerself, Sallie? It gets plenty hot and humid here and I know I don't have a peachy dory or hunky keen time in that kind of weather. It's the lunatics out there in 50˚ weather that slays me. Shouldn't be a problem in upcoming days though.
We get a lot of those fishermen and women here too!
I bet you do, I wonder what the dogs think when they see them. Lots of Swedes and Germans and Norwegians around these parts, Fi.
Peachy dory is a cool phrase. Does it refer to a nice looking fish or a boat? I like your photo. I wonder if he's as happy as he looks.
Ha, I didn't think of that, very good. I'm feeling more and more like Dory these days. I think a fisherman isn't truly happy unless he's fishing.
That looks lovely. What a great picture.
It reminds me of the drive-in.
Me resulta increíble estas personas que aman tanto la pesca a pesar del frio que debe de hacer ahí.
Those ice fishermen are a whole other breed and there are a lot of them.
What a fantastic shot! Love it!
It turned out the black and white was my favorite from that day.
LOL @ peachy dory ...he must had been frozen heheh!Have an anglingtastic week :-)
He might have been chilled but not frozen. I'll see if I can find some frozen fishermen for you this weekend.
Yeah, sometimes the stark snow works in my favor (usually not, though).
I guess you make the best of what you have! Love this in monochrome. Peachy dory!!
I think it looks better in black and white too, Betty. Yeah, I suppose that's what those guys do, make the best of an often miserable winter. This is more of a real ice fishermen although he's got a power auger. A lot of them are in cozy shacks.
Brrrrr! I think the B&W treatment enhances the cold. Good shot, Jeanna!Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.
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