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It was 9 degrees, and the wind off of the lake had to be at least 30 miles per hour
As I approached the building, people kept stopping to ask if I needed help
But it was worth it for these pictures!
The frozen wasteland that is Lake Erie in the winter
This tree has had a rough life
Frozen and cold
This picture reminded me of the ones taken by the Huygens probe that landed on Titan..
This picture was chosen by WBFO, our NPR station, as their Listener Photo of the Week!
Getting closer..
I really wanted to get a picture of the left side of the building with the sun behind it, but I couldn't get it
What's this tiny building for?
This building has seen better days
I was tempted to go around the far side of the building, but it was just too damn cold
I had to be careful not to fall on any of the ice that littered the area
I don't know how these plants stay alive
It's tough to see here, but there were these spooky tendrils of snow drifting off the lake
Neat patterns in the snow
The camera gets confused by all the bright snow, so you have to set the exposure a little high to get it right
More drifting snow
Can you feel the cold? I could
Looking out over the beach
More interesting snow patterns
I was going to walk down to the pier, but I didn't get very far
I was tempted to walk out onto the lake, but decided it wasn't worth it
Endless drifting snow
See you in a few months, Cargill Pool grain elevator!
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