Once the snow started falling it came down pretty heavily and it started becoming difficult to see the Lake from my window. This shot was taken during a rare break in the clouds above.
Then, all of a sudden, it was GONE! The waves died down, the snow disappeared, and the sun came out! The earth at the bottom of the Lake had been churned up by 2 days of fierce waves and the water was tinted with browns, greens, grays and blues.
Later that night I went down to Canal Park to take a look at what the view was “at sea level.” What I found was that everything had been coated in 2-3 inches of solid ice.