6 PACK – Party on the Beach
A rather large and extensive collection of photos has been taken on StoneWater Beach which is the private beach on Lake Michigan along the shore of this area known as Gardens at Waters East. Over the last years, many wonderful scenes of the waters, clouds, sun, plants, and stones have been captured. In the past when similar photos were posted on the Blog many people commented about the lake and how it adds to the beauty and experience here at the Gardens at Waters East.
Instead of just filing all the unused photos away, this series will post six of them (thus a - - 6 Pack) (today we added a seventh) as a set in an ongoing series. None of these pictures have ever been posted before today. Even if you never walk the paths here or wander down to the lake shore, you are invited to experience and enjoy the beauty of Lake Michigan as do all those who have come here to the gardens for a visit.
The series posted today is focusing on the recent erosion happening here at the lake. Much of the land has fallen into Lake Michigan as you will see. The lake, the sky and the clouds are still beautiful, just a little less land is now the issue!
In more ways than one, it is - - - “cooler by the lake”.
I like to wear my favorite T-shirt.
Gives you an idea of just how steep the bluff is now
after all the erosion into the lake. (50 - 70 foot cliff)
El cielo se ve precioso. Besos.ReplyDelete
Almost every day the clouds here are awesome! I have thousands of photos of clouds - love them!Delete
In Spain there are few lakes, we have a lot of wetlands with a thin layer of water where birds live an eat. Only in the north of Spain there are big lakes like somiedo or sanabria.ReplyDelete
Lake Michigan here at the Gardens at Waters East is pretty big. Many of the foreign visitors who come here think it is an ocean. There are over 10,000 lakes in this state. I thin everyone here loves being near water.Delete
Love the T-shirt! Too bad about all the erosion. We noticed it over on the other side of the lake, too--we have some friend who live in the Saugatuck area.ReplyDelete
Wore it in Madison on the trails. Thought I would make an environmental statement, but did. not get any reactions.Delete
Those skies add to the beauty of each scene.ReplyDelete
Here at the lake the clouds are fantastic much of the time. As you wrote, they add beauty to each scene. Glad you saw the beauty.Delete
Lots of erosion. Like the Kew. lighthouse in the background!ReplyDelete
I hear it anytime it is sounding the horn. NICE! I look the other way and I can see the Algoma lighthouse.Delete
Nice beach, I would'n matter visiting the Great Lakes area.ReplyDelete