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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Frozen . . .

A drive to the "big lake" treated us to seeing
frozen "ice doughnuts" in the channel . . .
and ice sculptured sand way, way out to the red lighthouse.
Brave visitors had ventured out to the lighthouse to walk the icy sculptures.




Lake Michigan near Muskegon, February 11, 2017 . . .

11 comments:

Jeanie said...

Yikes! That is just so cold and forbidding. Those ice chunks remind me of the Titanic! I don't think I could handle five minutes in there, much less capsize!

Tanna said...

So amazing how different things can be from one side of the country to the other... it was 87 degrees here yesterday. Warmer than usual for us. Beautiful photos! Stay warm, girl! blessings and hugs ~ tanna

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Love your photos! When I saw them, I remembered years ago, when we lived in Wisconsin, how we'd drive up to Manitowoc WI in the spring and see the ice on Lake Michigan. I've never seen anything like it since. I'm sure you were bundled up - There's nothing like that breeze off the "big lake," is there?

weekend-windup said...

It would be so cold in this place. Be safe and keep yourself warm...

From the Kitchen said...

I know those cold, windswept shores!! I just view them from the other side!!

Best,
Bonnie

Kim said...

Now that is cold, but very beautiful to look at. :)

Missy George said...

Brrrr!!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I have goosebumps now. Wow, that is a lot of ice. I hope you are keeping warm and safe. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

Michelle said...

Rather cold and barren, but so BEAUTIFUL!

Beth @ PlantPostings said...

Incredible. The lakes are so fascinating this time of year, aren't they?!

Pepper Medley said...

Gorgeous but oh so brrrr.