Cold Gold Fish In Big Spring Lagoon

Cold Gold Fish In Big Spring Lagoon
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So, I went downtown again to Big Spring Park today. Not much wind, so even in the bone chilling cold, with full sunshine, it was a nice day to enjoy some fresh air.

I was hoping to find some interesting ice to photograph, but the Big Spring lagoon is still too big to cool and freeze in just two days. Heck, I thought maybe the ice skating had left the temporary rink and would be right out on the pond. Instead, I did get this shot of some very cold and very Gold, fish.

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