Summer’s Over, Winter’s Rolling in, What Happened to Fall?

View to the East from Lakefront Lodge
View to the East from Lakefront Lodge

Sunday, Sally and I stopped at Lakefront Lodge and walked down to the lakeshore to get a look at Lake Erie.  The wind was high, and the air coming off the lake was really cold.  One distinctive thing about Lake Erie’s beaches is their wild look when summer is over and the weather starts to get cold.   The beauty of the scenery is probably an acquired taste, since the sky is sometimes leaden and so is the water.  Nevertheless, I like to get out and walk around at this time of year.  I will, however, be praying for warmer weather – today it never got above 46 degrees!

Looking West toward Willoughby

Looking West toward Willoughby

Yes, the water looks grayer than the sky!

Yes, the water looks grayer than the sky!

A little blue sky really helps, even when it's cold

A little blue sky really helps, even when it's cold

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One Response to Summer’s Over, Winter’s Rolling in, What Happened to Fall?

  1. museditions says:

    I have been enjoying your photos! It’s wonderful to see with my own eyes the beauty of Ohio, a state that doesn’t get as much press as some others.
    We don’t get much autumn, usually, where I live; it goes from very hot summer to rather cool winter with, perhaps, a two-week interval. There truly is beauty in all seasons, and as I’m not a photographer myself, I’m glad you are here to capture it.

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