Winter Beach

White Snow, Not White Sand!

Snow, Not White Sand!

The Lake Michigan beach at Bailey’s Harbor on the very northern part of Wisconsin is hidden in winter by a heavy covering of snow, and rows and rows of snow fences.

Sure, some of the tropical parts of the world have pure white sand beaches, but this beach’s white stuff is of the frosty variety.

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Comments

  1. Love the converging lines..the peaceful silence this image conveys. Really nice!!!

  2. Very nice lines, and no pesky bugs. 🙂

  3. Beaches in winter…still so strange to me:)
    Susan

  4. Definitely different perpective. 🙂

  5. Cool shot! (Very cool!)

  6. awesome perspective, love how the fence leads the eye into the pic

  7. My kinda beach! No sand! LOL! Seriously, I love the fence’s color and your eye for composition. Very lovely!

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