Winter finally begins to release its grip on Lake Michigan, as the ice begins to melt. Still extending to the visible horizon, the ice is giving way to a bit of water, creating some interesting formations along the shore.
Full sun, and temperatures reaching 50 degrees Fahrenheit made the walk on the beach comfortable - after 4 months of dashing through frigid weather. The St. Joseph, Michigan pier was swarming with people, walking, biking, and fishing; probably the first outings for most this year. It felt great to walk in sand again, rather than ice and snow.
Posted by Tom Gill at Sunday, March 30, 2014