A glance down between the snow-covered branches allows a small peek at the lake below.
Upon a hill, looking down at the partiely-frozen lake, you can see where the ice ends abruptly.
There are two willows at opposite ends of the lake. This is the younger one and its willowy branches are still sporting fall colours.
A male cardinal out-brightens a comparatively drab sparrow in front of, and to the left of him.
A park bench wait for someone to clear off the snow and sit for a bit. It wasn't me.
Frosty branches bear the weight of the fluffy snow.
Down the path and headed for home.
I'll post some more in a few days. In the meantime, you can see more winter (and autumn) photos over at Frank's blog.