Time-Lapse Video of Little Donahue Lake

The A.P. Environmental Science teacher here has put together a time-lapse video of one of the lakes on campus (Little Donahue, not to be confused with Big Donahue) over the course of the fall. I love the changing patterns you can see in the ice once it freezes over!

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3 thoughts on “Time-Lapse Video of Little Donahue Lake”

  1. A couple of sudden changes in there! Fall looks like a waiting period.

    I’ve been thinking of you, because I’m on Jekyll Island visiting my parents. I just posted a bunch of photos I took down on St. Andrews beach and parking area (you’ll have to look around the dog in many of them. :) ) There’s also a butterfly you might be able to identify.

    I’m here for another day, so let me know if there’s something you’d like to see, and I can take a photo and post it for you.

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