Wednesday, February 25, 2015

G for Glacier? No, Just "Great Lakes' Icebergs!"

I've never seen a GLACIER in real life.  These won't fool anyone, but perhaps you MIGHT believe they're icebergs.  :-)

Something I'd never seen.  Photos taken near Saugatuck, Michigan.

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Garden Fancy said...

Good grief! That amount of ice shouldn't exist here in the US -- only in actual glaciers. Very scary. I'm glad we don't have it here in Iowa! -Beth

Trubes said...

Wow! That is one frozen ,Great Lake
I bet it's pretty cold there right now!
The weather changes are quite scary, particularly the amount of snow that has been grinding the US to a halt. I do hope it clears up soon and Spring shows it's pretty little face!
Best wishes,
ABCW team.

Roger Owen Green said...

yes, this has been an unusual winter!


Su-sieee! Mac said...

Wow! Today I saw a photo of an icy ocean wave. The title was something like Slushy Wave. I truly hope balance comes soon to Mother Nature.
The View from the Top of the Ladder

Fritz Ant said...

Nature can be simply amazing at times, and yet not so amazing for those who has to deal with such harsh cold conditions.

With that being said I will try my best to turn on the fan and blow in your direction our southern California sunshine to warm things up for you there.

Nice post, I also have posted something for the Letter G.

tulika singh said...

Wow for someone who has never seen a snowfall this is majestic.... As good as a glacier.

troutbirder said...

Speaking of glaciers when we went to Glacier National Park on our honeymoon almost 50 years ago there were more than 60. Now only 2 remain. So you better hurry up if your ever going to see one, Shady.....

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Shady! I have not been keeping up with blog reading, mostly because I am on FaceBook too much.

Looking at your photos made me shiver! I am so ready for spring! We are expecting a few more inches of snow this weekend.

I hope things are going well for you.