Thursday, December 30, 2010



When faced with a shocking diagnosis we often walk around numb for a some time, it's important to break through and reach the emotions below.

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Had an opportunity to run up to Door County and check out Lake Michigan.  North side of the pier.


The other side of the pier.


This one reminded me of a shark lurking below.


  1. Now you have me absolutely frozen! lol These are so beautiful....I love ice formations and how different they are from one another! Wishing you the best in 2011, Lisa! Happy New Year to you and your family! :)

  2. Those are beautiful pictures Lisa! And it is exactly how i feel today. I feel frozen when it comes to thinking about the future, even Monday which happens to be our 25th annivesary, seems too far away to plan for,,,

  3. gorgeous images Lisa...may you find your way to flow beneath the ice as this year comes to a close and the new one begins:)

  4. Burrrrrr, it looks cold and wonderful. great shots.

  5. shivering.
    The first photo is definitely an ice monster with sharp teeth in its mouth.
    the second one is just the ribs left on the lake's frozen meal.
    And the shark, of course!... and what looks like an ice nymph taking refuge out on the slab in front

  6. The north side is my favorite, it's awesome.

  7. Perfect analogy. Your pictures are so graphically cold!!!

  8. These photos are stunning! Only God can create something so inviting and you have the eye to catch it! It's the eye of your soul!