The morning outdoor temperature was -16 degrees Farhenheit. When I left home for the park, watching the ice on my car window glass, with the rising sun in the background, the music of Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" came across and together lightened my day.
The large pond was almost completely frozen. Small animals took this opportunity to walk on the ice and march toward the central island for a special exploration. It was tempting for me but I was immediately reminded of the scene of being spanked some 60 years ago by my dad.😭
The 10th photo was taken on the bridge of the dam. The tree in the front looked like a person stretching in the bed upon waking up by the sun.
In the last photo I wonder if you see a cute face on the right side in the ice.
I am a frequent visitor of Brightwood Park and enjoy sharing my discoveries.
Brightwood Park is on the North end of Prospect Street. Go past Franklin School and look for the entrance on the left.