About a mile off shore, in Lake Michigan I found this natural ice sculpture. It took three days, six hand warmers and a bit of luck to find the right angle. Late into the third evening the sun hit the ice and finally created the moment I had been waiting for.
While hiking along the Swift Current trail I stopped for some water, when I noticed the sun hitting the tips of the Timothy Grass. I love the simplicity of this image and the relaxed feeling it projects.