It would be hard to find two days precisely the same at Clark Lake. The lake offers infinite variety, and this week is evidence. With the help of rain, today most of the lake was open. But as you can see in Joe Pudil’s photo, there is still enough ice to create remarkable views. This photo was taken at 6:29 pm, looking east from Eagle Point.
Earlier today, Bill Leutz captured this view, looking west from the Eagle Point shore.
To illustrate how things have changed, take a look at these photos of ice pile ups from Monday, also captured by Bill.
Thank you Bill, I love your contribution to the preservation of the lake we love with your photos…cheers, Kirby
CLARK LAKE LOVE IS IN OUR BONES.
Thank you for your amazing views of the place where my soul lives…. Keep those photos coming!!
For those of us who only see the lake during the summer, this web site is a refreshing outlook of the lake while we are gone. Thanks for all the info and beautiful pictures!!