Today I am offering a change of pace. Lately, most of my photos that I’ve shared have been from my yard or a nearby nature center, but this time, from a local lake: Oneida Lake, about five miles from where I live. Growing up, we often went fishing for walleye pike, perch, and other fish and had family picnics at a state park and other sites around the lake.
The last few years, Canada Geese are everywhere! They are becoming a pest.
Boats and ships of all kinds stop along the pier at Sylvan Beach — big yachts, barges, sailboats included. It looks as though this sailboat was going to enjoy a sunset view while out on the lake.
These boulders have been added to this beach area to help prevent erosion.
Stay tuned for my next post, Oneida Lake, Part 2.