More than two weeks ago, Jess and I took a photography field trip up the Old Mission Peninsula. It was a dramatic kind of day. The temperature was in the single digits, and the wind chill was well south of zero. Parts of the sky were clear with bright sun spilling through, and other parts were heavily clouded with snow pouring down. Since it was so cold out, our field trip consisted of multiple brief stops where we’d hop out of the car, frame a few shots, then run back to the car to warm up.
I intended to share the photos sooner, but with one thing and then five, it didn’t happen. And then I accumulated more. Chances are, since the weekend is ahead of me, that I will be accumulating even more photos, so while Tony and I are out skiing this morning, I’m going to share. This way we can all move on with our lives 😉 In addition to this morning’s outing, we’re going to check out a chocolate festival in Boyne City and then maybe go for a hike tomorrow. What plans do you have?
Snow-covered progeny delivery mechanisms 🙂
I loved the icicles that had formed from the snow pile…and then gotten coated in snow. Also, I’m a huge fan of the steam rising from the bay.
Old Mission views, vineyards, orchards, and barns – Oh my!
Lake effect snow blows over Haserot Beach
Wind-blown snowscapes, a snow devil, and more icy fog at Mission Point
Lake effect snow and sunset at Bowers Harbor