The first of two storms arrived early and quickly advanced over Lake Huron; within minutes the thin lighter colored sky was eclipsed by the large thunderhead rain cloud. Clicking on photos enlarges them
Sunrise from earlier in the week.
Note the morning star in the second photo below.
Late afternoon "Turner-Sky" (or is it Constable?).
As spring advances the algae blooms turn the water green-ish.
They say forsythia flowering means it's time to plant crops.
This forsythia vine-like grew up into
the neighboring trees for about 20'.
It has a solar powered light that lights it up at night.