Weekly Photo Challenge: One

This is ONE of those days that we don’t like here in the north. My last post was of beautiful, quiet, sparkly snow. Today the snow is almost gone and what is left are piles of black, rotting snow. For the past 24 hours it has been 35 degrees (just above 0 centigrade) and a very dull grey. The temperature is suppose to drop a little and give us lots of ice – on everything over the next 24 hours. We are hunkered down with plenty of food and plans to make some more cookies – but that will change if the power goes out.

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To help with my denial of the messy weather outside my door, I am focusing on ONE solitary boy silhouetted in the setting sun on a warm evening on Lake Huron in July. Now I’m feeling warmer. Thanks for sharing the warmth with me.

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  1. This is really lovely, Pat. What an amazing silhouette. You brought back memories of Lake Huron this morning. My grandparents used to have a cottage in the Thumb. Happy weekend…

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    • This was at Point Tawas State Park – you know right where! It is actually Tawas Bay – obviously seeing the sun rises on this side of Lake Huron. 🙂

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