The James H. McBride Arboretum, at the rear of Firelands College BGSU, in Huron Ohio can be a beautiful, peaceful place, even in the wintertime. Bundle up and slide out with your camera. You will be amazed at the quiet beauty found in the colorful Winter Garden located over the bridge between the lakes, or in the stark naked forms of the majestic trees, the weeds asleep in the meadows and savannas, the drifting snows along the trails, or the frozen wonderland found down in the woodland trails along Sawmill Creek. Enjoy the entire site - alone, with no one to photo bomb your picture taking. If you get there right after a light snowfall, you beat all those who could leave footprints to mess up your shots! Follow animal tracks in the snow or teach the kids how to recognize various animals by their prints - and let them make snow angels if they want! You won't want to picnic, but when you return home with an album full of winter photos, you can experience the arboretum again and again from the warmth of your fireplace and enjoy that day you dared to venture out all over again.
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