The 2018 Irish Fest at Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Lake Michigan.

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View of icy formations on Lake Michigan from a ridge overlooking Bender Park boat launch

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A snow and ice shelf was formed on Bradford Beach this winter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

A snow and ice shelf was formed on Bradford Beach this winter in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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In March there are no boats are birds on the Marina docksas ice has formed and the fishermen are still there

In March there are no boats are birds on the Marina docksas ice has formed and the fishermen are still there

Now when viewing each partial, 360, or spherical panorama photo (most are not), using the JAVA web browser plug-in, a security warning has been added by Oracle that asks “Do you want to run this application?” To continue select “Run” and if you don’t want to see this warning again checkDo not show this again for this app”. No other changes have been made in The Panorama Point web viewing site.

Select this link to see panorama photos of McKinley Marina in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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A scenic view of bluffland along the Lake Michigan shoreline in Wisconsin

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These are scenic views along the Lake Michigan Shoreline from Sheboygan to Grafton, Wisconsin.

This is the North Point bedrock shelf shelf that is a rare geologic formation around Lake Michigan shoreline.

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These are two shorebirds that were photographed at North Point. They are the Dunlin above, and the Semipalmated Sandpiper below.

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The Polar Bear Plunge started at noon on New Years Day. This shows the massive thrust of people at about 5 minutes after noon.

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The Milwaukee, Wisconsin Polar Bear Plunge is a tradition that occurs each New Years Day at 12 o’clock noon. This year was no exception as the crowds braved the chilly 30 degrees and wind gusts of 24 mph. There were first timers to make the plunge into Lake Michigan at the Milwaukee Bradford Beach and old timers who were making their 60th plunge. The night before had brought a light snow, but by noon the sun was trying to shine through. As can be seen by the panorama photos, there was a fairly large crowd braving the waters of Lake Michigan to take the frigid dip.