In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Half and Half."
This week's challenge brought to mind some photos that I had taken  at Lake Huron in a much colder season.
Last year, on a very cold spring day, the ice collected along the horizon. A seasonal divider reminded us of the freezing temperatures and blizzards of previous months.
This image and memory of that cold day, made a hot July afternoon seem more bearable! :)

Author: Patricia McGoldrick

Poet Writer Reviewer Environment, Nature, Agriculture, People, and History are favorite topics to write about. Upcycling materials into handmade books is a fun challenge!

6 thoughts on “HALF & HALF WITHOUT THE CREAM!”

  1. Love your poem! When we went up to Southampton on the May 1st weekend this year, the ice was right up to the shore. The next day it had blown out into the lake and looked more like your photo. Quire the site. Your poem describes is beautifully.


    1. Heather, so glad you like the poem! When I took the photo, the ice was lined up so well. The next day, on local news, someone submitted a photo that showed the changes wrought by a storm overnight. The beach was strewn with ice and debris, almost the opposite from your experience. Huron is amazing!

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  2. Wow…I really like this, Patricia…it reminds me of “Off the Map” the movie…the young girl had a landscape/horizon art work going around the periphery of her entire room…it really changed the look of the room…in a neat art-y way! 🙂


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