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Wisconsin’s Lakes December 7, 2009

Posted by Georgete in Photography.
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I recently learned that Wisconsin has more than 15,000 glacial lakes in a variety of sizes, but only few are large enough to be named. The average size of all unnamed lakes (60 percent of the total) is four acres. The state contains 11,188 square miles (28,980 km2) of water, more than all but three other states (Alaska, Michigan and Florida).

As I passed by one of those small lakes and rivers in a recent trip to Wisconsin, I captured this scene. I love the reflection of the trees on the water. Hope you like it as I do.

Lake Near The Village of Prentice by Georgete Pereira

Lake Near The Village of Prentice by Georgete Pereira

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