News organizations around the world spend the first few weeks of January reviewing the previous year’s top stories. The big news on the lake is best expressed in photos, not words. So here is part 3 of our view of what life on the lake can be like!
July – September
Lagerstroemia indica – watermelon red crepe myrtles. The signature to July‘s summer entry to Lake D’Arbonne along Hwy. 33. And just in time for the annual Watermelon Festival and Fourth of July Fireworks.
August is a time of transition on the lake where even the beauty of a full moon following a late afternoon thunderstorm makes it hard to concentrate on fishing.
Mother Nature’s remarkable shows don’t slow down in September when cool and warm air can meet and form cloud banks sitting right on the water’s surface.
Tomorrow: October – December