Sunday, March 24, 2013
March 24, 2013 No end in sight...where winter is concerned.
At any rate, I suggested we hike the whole section of the Lake Superior Hiking Trail, lakewalk section and see the nice ice formations. I figured that would be easier going. There hadn't been anyone on it since the last snow. So.....tho there were places we could have gotten by without them, a good share of the way did require snowshoes. For this late in March, Lake Superior's shore had a lot of snow. Above, shows the wolf tracks that we followed down most of the couple of miles of beach we hiked on.
Below, you will notice another neat piece of standing ice. It had such pretty markings on the ice besides the fact the shadow had a really dark outline with bright light showing inside of that. On my Moose Valley Photography page, someone mentioned it looked like a butterfly. I hadn't thought of that. However, everyone had a different idea of what something looks like or what they see in a given image. I found that one so interesting I walked all the way around it and took photos from all sides and angles. All of them were interesting. It just depends on what you really like. It takes too much space to print them all to show you what I mean. But, yes, it was a neat ice form.