Lake Lenexa is a 30 acre lake home to largemouth bass, crappie, and bluegill fish.  Surrounding the Lake is 240 acres of walking trails surrounded by woods, streams, and wetlands.  Lucky for me, Lake Lenexa is close to the dance studio where my daughters spend a lot of time making it easy for me to pop over and go for walks with my camera while they’re in class before the sun goes down.

What about you?  Do you have a favorite shot below? 

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Lake Lenexa Bridge Photo #1.  Dead pussy willows covered in snow line the edge of Lake Lenexa while the sun peeks over the main street bridge. 

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Lake Lenexa Bridge Photo #2.  The sun sets in the distance beyond one of the many foot bridges along the Lake trails.

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Lake Lenexa Bridge Photo #3.  As I was returning to my car, a jogger ran past me leaving wet foot prints that I thought were photo worthy.


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  1. Although my favourite is the second, I like the footprint on the last one

  2. Love all of them. Can’t choose 🙂

  3. Love your “one thing, three ways” theme! It has made me think about my photography a little different. My favorite from above would ahve to be the last one. I love the ground perspective!

  4. Hmmmm I think I like the second one best 🙂 Just a great angle


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Bridge, Nature, Photography, Water, Winter


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