Black lamp posts, white snow, blue sky and a silver bridge in Sturgeon Bay.
Migrating birds share the tower at Collins Marsh in Wisconsin. This past winter snowy owls perched on the osprey nest.The snowy owls retreat north and the osprey return from the south.
Out there somewhere in the depths of the Great Lakes are about 6,000 shipwrecks.
Strap on the snowshoes and walk along the shoreline. Enjoy the awesome silent beauty of winter in Wisconsin.
Cave Point County Park in Door County, Wisconsin
Waves freeze and form ice sculptures along the west shore of Lake Michigan.
Don’t let the sun go down on me while we are still in the forest hiking the shoreline trail.
Weighted down by snow and ice, this little tree finds gravity to be its enemy.
This ice volcano (cryovolcanoe) was dry as a bone when we visited Cave Point County Park on the west shore of Lake Michigan this past Sunday. Looking like an ordinary snow hill, an ice volcano is a hollow cone of ice and snow that spews ice and water instead of lava. In order for an ice volcano to erupt the temperature needs to be slightly below freezing and the waves several feet high.
The first of March saw the west shore of Lake Michigan transformed into a glittering icy scene.
Rusty flaws add to the beauty of this old car.
This car has seen better days.
Waupaca County’s covered bridge, middle of the road point of view.