A work day, and just some pictures from one of my favorite crossings of the South Branch of the Pere Marquette River. The road curves down a hill and then snakes across the bridge. You aren't supposed to park anywhere near the bridge, but there is so little traffic that I chance it just long enough to take a few pictures.
This is looking downstream.
No blue sky today to make the colors bright and the ice have blue shadows. But there were a few details that caught my eye anyway. A simple reflection of two tree trunks.
This is mud spotted over the top of some ice with more water on top of that. Somehow it reminded me of the speckled skin of a trout.
And here's another interface between the ice and open water. I'm loving the different textures.
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