Saturday, December 5, 2009

Beside Lake St. Clair

After visiting our son, we decided to take the scenic route back home along Riverside Drive. The leaves have all fallen from the Maple trees, and the others as well, so things are starting to look quite bare now. This Weeping Willow, with its golden leaves against the blue sky, had such a visual impact that I had to pull over and get out of the car for this shot. It is situated on the shore of Lake St. Clair, just before the lake empties into the Detroit River, that flows out into Lake Erie. Hope you enjoy it as well.

In recent days and weeks, Paul Daniels, Product of Newfoundland, Jason Sparks, Majid, & Frank & Bev, have all joined my little blog. Welcome aboard to everyone, and just when I thought that I was hollering into an empty cyberspace, you all show up from India, USA and Newfoundland and Windsor, Ont.. I appreciate it. Thanks muchly.


Mike de Moree said...

beautiful image David I notice that you are not getting the snow yet. Just be happy soon we will be snowblowing again but its a great time for strong graphic pictures. Take care.

A Scattering said...

Beautiful shot David, love the blue and yellow together. Have a great week!

John Minkowskyj said...

Gorgeous colour, it just pops.