Midwestern Winter Wonderland

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Midwestern Winter Wonderland

The GL water tower stands in the perfect place for beautiful photos year round. The water tower was one of two in the city.

The GL water tower stands in the perfect place for beautiful photos year round. The water tower was one of two in the city.

Photo by Hannah Rose

The GL water tower stands in the perfect place for beautiful photos year round. The water tower was one of two in the city.

Photo by Hannah Rose

Photo by Hannah Rose

The GL water tower stands in the perfect place for beautiful photos year round. The water tower was one of two in the city.

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Following the first snow of the school year, residents’ fall pumpkins get covered in a layer of frost. The first real snowy day hit GL on Nov. 11.

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As the other deciduous (meaning ‘falling off at maturity’) plants lose their leaves, the pine tree keeps its needles. Grand Ledge had a plethora of pine trees around the city.

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The popular Island Gazebo faces the brute force of GL’s first snow day on Nov. 26th with elegance. The Gazebo was so popular that it was often used for GLHS pre-dance photos and as spot for wedding ceremonies.

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The trees on the island lost their leaves and instead are blanketed in a thick layer of snow. Along with snow, this tree had bright red crabapples dangling off of it.

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Local Michael Doty takes photos in his canoe of the town covered in snow. The Ledges were a popular location for photographers.