A little jaunt to the Lake Erie shoreline this morning gave us dramatic vistas of sky and ice! The lake is only partly frozen and great plates of ice have been driven into piles near-shore off Huntington Beach in Bay Village, Ohio. Lighting conditions were constantly changing with the sky. Clouds overhead were white while those low to the horizon took on a brownish hue. Temperatures hovering in the upper-30s (F) allowed me to explore the area a bit and take it all in. By afternoon our overcast had returned. We have, still, memories of the ice-jammed beach.
How wonderful to enjoy so much ice on a relatively warm day. I especially like the bottom shot.
Thanks, Emjay! There were lots of dramatic scenes at the beach that day. I had to go quite far out on a breakwall to get closer to the ice-coated rock. The place seemed otherworldly.