Clouds finally break up a bit, allowing the sun to illuminate the frozen lighthouse and pier. At least two days of freezing temperatures and high winds caused a large build-up of ice on the outer lighthouse in St. Joseph, Michigan. Not unusual, but always stunning, the ice formations give the outer light the appearance of a frosted cake.
Arriving at the beach early in the morning, I waited for a couple of hours for the sun to finally break through the clouds. In the meantime, I met quite a few people who were taking photographs along the beach and pier. It's always great to talk to other people with similar photographic interests, and even more intresting to view the images they captured. The subject is the same, yet the interpretation is often quite different.
Posted by Tom Gill at Monday, December 08, 2014