|A very gray winter day yesterday and a good day for a walk around Clopper Lake at Seneca Creek State Park . The lake is currently partially covered by thin ice, specially in those shaded areas on the southern shore of the lake, and the ice offered some interesting patters depending on the depth of the water. The picture above is one of those.
There are a lot of beavers living in the lake, and welcomed by the park administration, and as one walks around the lake one can see their handiwork in the many fallen trees at the edge of the lake. Some of the felled trees are pretty large and their sizes make you wonder how many beavers were at work at night bringing them down.
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