This afternoon I finished the last of my graduate school applications. And, only minutes after clicking the "submit application" button, I had my boots on and was out the door to walk the snowy trail down to the lake at Shelburne Bay. I've been wanting to get pictures of the lake in winter for the last couple of weeks but have had a hard time finding the free minutes to walk down to the water.
So, this is is what the lake looks like in winter. A field of endless snow that hides the water completely. I'm a bit baffled by the mini-snow volcanos that seem to have popped up right at the line where the beach meets the water (which is now frozen solid). They are just a little mysterious, no?