near sundown at the lake…

# 8972

# 8972

It was close to sundown when I snapped this at the Lake. Heavy clouds rolling in from the north and the choppy water are irresistible to me.

HAPPY VETERANS DAY!!!

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22 thoughts on “near sundown at the lake…

  1. ehpem

    Windy skies and water go so well together. I like this shot – the benches add so well to the line of the pier or breakwater or whatever it is (looks like it is left over from a historical structure).

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, ehpem. This is the pier at Webster (Where Life is Worth Living) Park. Usually there are folks fishing off of it but it was not a particularly nice day for fishing. I don’t know how old the pier is but it’s been there since I can remember. I will do some research (or is that your job?).

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      1. ehpem

        I remember the pier from other of your photos, some with people fishing. It looks a bit like it might have been the support for an industrial dock of some kind, but maybe it is just for fishing. I think you should call Lynn, the Webster Historian, it’s not long distance for you. And because it is one of my unpaid days off.

  2. Earl Moore

    Ken, You’re behind a recent cold front and having some truer winter weather now I would guess. For me, this photo captures the energy of a transition…changes. Very nice.

    Keep warm up there!

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Earl. We had light snow on the ground this morning when I woke and I don’t think it’s going to get warm for a long time. And I still have yard work to do!

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Jimi. Yes, this is Lake Ontario and we have been fortunate to have these dramatic skies fairly regularly since the weather has been changing from warm to cold (32 degrees as I write).

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      1. Jimi Jones (@JimiJones)

        We also had a cold wave blow through, dropping temps to a balmy 37 degrees today. Too quick of a transition. 🙂

        I am hoping to get back to Lake Ontario this Spring for the Salmon run. It’s been several years since my last visit.

      2. oneowner Post author

        It was cold here, too, 24 when I got up but overall, a nice day. Let me know if you will be fishing in this part of the lake, the Salmon is a popular fish around here.

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