Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Wordless Wednesday- Lake Michigan Part IV


Click on the pic to enlarge it. The clouds behind the lighthouse are amazing. The clouds were actually formed by the steam rising off the lake. It was THAT cold outside.

39 comments:

wright said...

That's beautiful. I love how the trees are silhouetted against all the white. Happy WW!

krissy said...

Awwww....the lake....love it!!!

You are so my soul sista! Your comment on my blog made me urinate in my pants!!! This.is.why.i.love.you!!!

Thanks for being super!

Anne said...

It almost makes me like winter. Almost. Have a nice day.

girlymom said...

Kathryn~ I need to go take a pic from this side of the lake...we can compare iceburgs! :) Ha.

We have school today, as much as I want the kids to go to school, they are saying that it is bitterly cold out and icey...and I don't wanna take them all out just to deliver a preschooler... when's spring?

Family Adventure said...

Loooooovely!

Happy WW!

Heidi

PS: Very cute story about the voting/boating below! :)

Brittany said...

stunning! :)

imbeingheldhostage said...

Gorgeous!

Nissa said...

Stop making me cold, Kathryn! (j/k--sorta!)

storyteller said...

Lovely shot ... so different from my view here near the beach in So Cal.
Hugs and blessings,

Mama Zen said...

That is gorgeous!

susiej.com said...

WOW, WOW... Looks cold!

OHmommy said...

Beautiful!

Utah Mommy said...

Oh my! That place is very quiet and frozen. That's another one beauty of nature captured by you. Happy WW!
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Just Joni said...

Absolutely breathtaking...

JoNi

Neen said...

How picturisque.

My Life With Boys said...

That's awesome picture!

Maria said...

BRRRR!!!

Teachin' this mommy new tricks! said...

Beautiful picture!!!

Julie Pippert said...

GORGEOUS!!!

And I loved your voting post. Your photos with stickers made me LOL---you are so cute, you can pull that off. ;)

Kelly said...

Thanks for checking out my blog! Your boys are absolutely adorable. My hubby is named Todd too so between that and having 3 boys, I imagine we could share some interesting stories!

maggie's mind said...

Brrr.... I managed to be in Chicago just on the days that it wasn't snowing by the foot or colder than a witches... well, you know how cold ;)

Jewelgirl said...

Nice photo! Way too cold out!
Wishing for Spring!

Sandy C. said...

Wow! That picture is absolutely amazing....like an image out of a dream :)

LaskiGal said...

Gosh . . . gorgeous. People don't really know how beautiful Michigan can be!

This looks like Muskegon/Grand Haven areas . . .

Dawn said...

Gorgeous scenery, and you are a talented photographer!

Lisa said...

That really is a gorgeous picture. Did you take that??? What a talented lady you are!
PS - Have I mentioned that sometimes I just leave your page open because I love the tunes? Well, I do!

LaskiGal said...

Yikes . . .or Wisconsin :)

Jerseygirl89 said...

What a beautiful photo!

anglophilefootballfanatic said...

TOO pretty. And, TOO cold for yours truly. Wanna visit? We're in the 60s today.

MamaGeek said...

I LOVE how you framed that shot with trees. How sick of you are of this already? I have cabin fever. HELP! :)

Kristen said...

WOW! That is chilly!!

Your making me really not miss the grey skies of the midwest! :-)

Beautiful picture though!

Nap Warden said...

Love the shot, but my first thought is...Man it's cold!

Laura said...

Wow - what a wonderful shot. AMAZING!

arambledlife said...

Is that what caused it? My MIL took some beautiful pictures yesterday of it and it looked just like mountains in the distance.

abritdifferent said...

Beautiful pic. Love the clouds! You were right, HAD to click. What kind of camera do you have?

Beck said...

Lovely.

Craver Vii said...

Bless you heart. :-) The frozen lake theory is a common error. Actually, scientists have recently discovered that this phenomenon is caused by stampeding invisible penguins.

Nice picture, by the way!

flyingstars said...

WoW....this is a simply beautifully captured shot!

Karen said...

Hey I see the other side of that Lake! Great blog... love it!

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