Haiku: A Story Below
As you know, I was walking on the shores of Blue Marsh Lake the other day with a friend. During the winter when they lower the lake to take on the spring thaw, you can see tree stumps, roads, cement foundations of farms, and buildings that were there before the lake was made. I went for a walk searching for ice and this is what I found – little swirls and bubbles, remnants from the fall, and wonderment about the story of land before the lake. When I sat and studied the photo, there were so many directions that led to inspiring thoughts, but the most outstanding one was knowing that another way of life happened here before there was water.
Still no snow in the forecast, so take in the joys of the blue skies, winter birds, and intricacies of the tree limbs.