Looking along the Onondaga Lake shoreline during my January morning work break walk, I think of how people love it here come spring and summer. And I look forward to the warm feeling.
On a clear January morning break walk, one can look to the east down the Onondaga Lake shoreline and appreciate the Syracuse skyline forefront, country hills behind. It’s quite pretty, I think before I head back to the warmth of the library.
When I think about slippery ice to avoid when I walk along Onondaga Lake Park’s paths, yes, it’s sidewalks and other walkways that can get covered that come first to my mind.
I was not able to walk the path of Onondaga Lake Park’s road for Lights on the Lake while it was dark enough for the displays to truly shine out for my photos this season. It still looks pretty in the light, I think. However … Maybe come the 2022-23 edition I’ll get out there…
The lights are on when I take a chilly walk down by the lake at 8 a.m. on a weekday morning. The marina lawn is covered with a mix of frost and light snow. Winter, soon, very.
Picnics at the Park sure can look nice. I took the time to snap this beauty just off the beaten path at Onondaga Lake Park a couple Thursdays ago. Can’t help but dig the blooms.
Wind and other forces of nature may have had their way with some of this Onondaga Lake side tree. Still, I think on a library work break walk, it has withstood plenty.
I felt it as much as I saw it at first, this elegant big bird passing overhead as I took my library work break walk next to Onondaga Lake Park. This is more and more known as a great spot for eagles. I got my iPhone out and up in time for a pretty nice…
Spotted during Thursday’s library work break walk at Onondaga Lake Park, a truly autumn-looking sight. It’s time?
No big feature displays leaning against the trees or ground yet, but I did spot strands up in a small tree at Onondaga Lake Park. It is only five months from the start of Lights on the Lake 2021. Or five months since the conclusion of Lights on the Lake 2020.