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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Beautiful day at an icy Lake Michigan

Cave Point in Door County Wis. I love how these trees grow in the rocks. Well these are dead, but there are many that live like this with their roots exposed!
Rocky and ice covered. As you can also see how the wind drives the water onto the trees and makes some pretty sculptures.
Another example of how the water freezes on the trees.
I love the multi level ice on these rocks.
A longer view of the shoreline looking south.
Just in case you were getting tired of seeing white and grey.
Branches encased in ice.  This is so pretty when you see it in person.
Looking north. This will give you an idea of how tall these cliffs are.
Some more ice encased trees.
One lonely icicle
He was there to greet us when we pulled into the parking space. I love his mohawk!
Cave point is one of the most photographed places in Door County. It is beautiful in every season. I am so glad that we made it up there before the warmer weather hits this week.  Today it was up in the high 30's and suppose to hit almost 50 degrees this next week. Funny how 30's seems like a heat wave in winter and a cold snap in fall! I hope you enjoyed the trip we took today. It was so nice to get out and see Mother Nature. Hugs, Teresa

8 comments:

  1. Oh wowl
    How very, very beautiful - and I am still smiling at the mohawk brave. Thank you.

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  2. So very pretty! I pretend I don't like winter. I do. Only looking out from the warm inside. LOL

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  3. We love Cave Point, Teresa, but haven't been up there this winter.
    My daughters both worked summers at Gramma's Swedish Bakery in Rowley's Bay. xo Diana

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  4. Hi,
    I love the photos. No, we have not done much exploring in East Wisconsin. I really want to plan a few trips that way with the boys.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Carla

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  5. P.S.
    That snowman is so fun. I am still chuckling. :-))

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  6. The cold temps have sure made some interesting ice formations! WOW! I've never seen anything like this! Hope you see some signs of Spring soon. But it's nice to enjoy the beauty of every season. Hugs, Diane

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  7. Amazing photos, Teresa. It is funny to think that all this beauty will soon melt away, and then we'll have more beauty but of a different kind.
    Amalia
    xo

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  8. I hope you are getting warmer weather now. Those icy photos are amazing.

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