View 81: Lake House

A sunset is reflected in the windows of a house along the Lake Ontario shore near Oswego, New York.

A sunset is reflected in the windows of a house along the Lake Ontario shore near Oswego, New York.

Living close to one of the Great Lakes has it’s photographic rewards. Living on one of them yields daily rewards for the people lucky enough to do so and the birds who share it with them.

Seagull seemingly enjoying the view of the colors following a sunset on Lake Ontario near Oswego, New York.

Seagull seemingly enjoying the view of the colors following a sunset on Lake Ontario near Oswego, New York.

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8 Responses to View 81: Lake House

  1. Carsten says:

    Fantastic color in the windows. I imagine the light was intense.

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  2. Gerry says:

    Light on water . . . Even inland the light is different near the Lakes. I never tire of it. Last night I was down on the beach hoping for a glimpse of the Space Station as it went by. I missed that, but had instead a rose and smoke glow over the Leelanau with that deep blue evening sky curved around it. Your Lake House captures it all very well.

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  3. burstmode says:

    I like the photo of the house and the reflected sunset…

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  4. imac says:

    Love the setting sun reflecting on the windows.

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  5. sorrentolens says:

    Beautiful Scott – great capture and eye.

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  6. Mitch says:

    Love the second one; you’re encouraging me to head north for a visit.

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  7. Anna Surface says:

    Beautiful captures. I really like the reflective sunset in the windows. 🙂

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  8. rvewong says:

    Love that lake Ontario. I don’t know why the great lakes don’t get more press.

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