On the day after Thanksgiving the sun rose over frigid air and a quiet lake. Sucker Lake is reserved for our water supply so you will never see boats gliding along--only geese, ducks, swans as well as all manner of egrets, herons and cormorants on the long sandy spits near shore. I chose this photo because it shows the lovely swirling patterns as the lake becomes solid ice.
As we sail into the weekend, visit more beauty from all over the globe at SkyWatch.
We are all in the process of becoming. —Audre Lorde