Thursday, March 12, 2009
SKYWATCH FRIDAY – Sun, Ice, Water, Fog (Lake Erie)
The day had been dull and fog-obscured from morning until late afternoon, when the sun broke through behind the veil of gray, silhouetted the ice peaks out on the lake, and turned everything the color of a Jovian storm. To further the metaphor, rivulets and pools of bright water along the top of the ice looked ancient as the surface of a Galilean moon.
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