Monday, February 9, 2009


One reason I'm sorry that I missed blogging in December and January is that we got some hefty snowfall during those weeks and lots of snow + Lake Michigan = interesting ice formations. See that brown blob above? That's a huge chunk of ice, coated in sand and seagulls. It is a leftover from the December and January snow, and it's melting in the warm weather we've had the past few days. (Please also note the moon overhead. This was taken at 3pm on Saturday.)

Here's a wider view, with more "icebergs" in the foreground.

And here's another view, this time looking south instead of north, with the "icebergs" blending right in with the shoreline rocks. (This series was taken from a park near my home, not from my office building).

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