A Day at the Lake

Today’s photos were taken at the lake. It’s a nice lake. There are plenty in the area, and some are prettier than others. I sometimes wish I had a boat or canoe so I could explore  more thoroughly.

Early Morning  There are several access points to the lake. I usually shoot at the one down the street, but I also visit other places for a different perspective. In the first photo, you can see the old tower in Lake Placid. I sure wish they’d reopen that for tours; I’d love to see the view from the top.

Two men take an early morning fishing trip. I recently saw someone catch a good-sized bass from one of the docks, so the fish are there!

A great blue heron, doing a little fishing of its own.

Midmorning  One of the sitting areas on the shore.

A beautiful palm near the water. I like the lighting on the fronds and trunk. 

Afternoon  A private inlet next to the park.

Gorgeous summer afternoon.

Someone decided to go fishing and caught something.

Early Evening  A cassius blue butterfly I spotted in the woods. Suki peed, I took a macro shot. 🙂

Sunset  Rarely do I see one so rich and red, and I almost missed it! We’d had a thunderstorm earlier, and I figured sunset would be a bust. Never assume!

Night  

See you next time.

About Fenraven

Fenraven happily lives in south Florida, where it is really hot most of the year. Find him on Twitter and Facebook by searching on 'fenraven'.
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6 Responses to A Day at the Lake

  1. Shirley Ann Speakman says:

    Beautiful pictures the place looks really wonderful you are so lucky to living in Florida.

    • Fenraven says:

      I certainly feel lucky when the rest of the country has snow and cold! 🙂 I do wish I could afford to be a snowbird though. It would be nice to spend the summers up north and not only because it’s cooler. I miss WI and MN. It’s so beautiful there.

  2. Beth Baker says:

    These are outstanding. Love all that you shoot. Oh yes and I hope you are out today with our fab weather.

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