Although it did snow last night and last Friday, we have not had the kind of snow, nor the kind of winter that we have had in the past! Two years ago, in December, we had the famous frozen Cleveland West Breakwall lighthouse.
I captured the frozen ice formation above during that same few days when the lighthouse was encased in ice. We haven’t had anything remotely similar since! I’m beginning to wonder when a real winter will return?
I can’t say I’m really missing it but if it’s going to be cold and gray, then it might as well be picturesque with fluffy white snow and abstract ice formations. This second image, shot at Edgewater Park like the first one, was shot looking westward from the parking lot. The windblown icicles on the pier in the background shows the further effects of the wind which encased the lighthouse in ice and produced these ice formations along the shoreline.