Photo Challenge: A Landscape’s Most Expressive Feature

“Change is Nature’s delight,” wrote Marcus Aurelius, though I presume he never visited Michigan.  One nearby lake, as the landscape passes through the seasonal transformation.

 

Photo Challenge:  Transformation  

 

Newburgh Lake, Michigan

Autumn’s first colors…

“they that know the winters of that country know them to be sharp and violent, subject to cruel and fierce storms, dangerous to travel to known places . . .” —William Bradford

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      1. Mithai Mumblezz

        Haha relatable! I was looking at some rain pictures on a blog and it immediate felt piercingly chilly because sometimes we get rains here on winter and then sweaters, blankets nothing seems enough! 😣
        Can only imagine how living through layers of snow might feel like 😐

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