Posted by: csdailyblog | December 5, 2009

A Change of Seasons


Marcel Proust wrote, “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” One of the joys of Conserve School is the beauty that lies so close at hand, places we can visit again and again to witness the changes through the seasons. Big Donahue Lake, a place many of us visit every day on our way to the LRC, to afternoon activities, to walk along the shore or just to sit and look, is slowly becoming tinseled with ice. Like a kaleidoscope every day brings about something new to see, some new beauty. Here are a few recent photographs of Big Donahue, a place that always reminds us of the adventure of constantly looking with “new eyes”.


Post and photos contributed by Jeff Rennicke, Conserve School English Teacher

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Responses

  1. Jeff,
    Nice pictures as always.

  2. absolutely beautiful


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