2022—Fire and Ice

The thick layers of ice that dripped in whimsical patterns off the railings leading to St. Joseph’s Lighthouse lit up as the setting sun turned the sky a fiery orange and infused the icicles with its glow. It looked like fire and ice. Despite the subfreezing temperatures, the warmth of the sun began to melt the ice just a bit and a few drops fell from the icy formations. The patterns of ice on the railings and the lighthouses on Lake Michigan changed constantly so on one day the ice completely encrusted the railings while the next day, it was mostly gone.

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