Liz Gauffreau asked about the size of the pond in Maine. It is about 77 acres and is connected to a much larger pond, which is over 915 acres. So, ponds are really what we think of as lakes in other states. From what I understand the distinction between a pond and a lake in Maine does not have to do with size but with depth.
Although this shot is not as crisp as I would like (impossible to focus fully in this case through the surface of the ice), I like the dynamism and variety of formations captured here.
Before I move on entirely, I thought I could give proof that I do actually look UP from time to time. 🙂
While landscapes, or rather pondscapes in this case, are not my forte, you might be interested to see where I took all of the shots that I featured over the last month and a half.