The sun rises through wispy morning clouds, shedding light upon the icy jagged cliffs at Cave Point County Park in Wisconsin’s Door County peninsula.
The pierhead lighthouse at the Lake Michigan end of the Sturgeon Bay shipping canal extends out into the lake, serving as a crimson beacon into the vast watery expanse.
Lake Michigan is a slurry of slush and ice on a late winter afternoon at Cave Point County Park near Whitefish Bay on Wisconsin’s picturesque Door County peninsula.
The gorgeous aqua green waters of Lake Michigan break through the ice along the rock formations at Cave Point County Park in Wisconsin’s picturesque Door County peninsula.
The Sturgeon Bay Canal North Pierhead Light, located on the north pier of the southern entrance to the Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal, lights a path into Lake Michigan on an overcast, snowy March evening.