Two even larger traverses (little “t”) are also visible. That’s the Upper Peninsula’s Seul Choix Point in
the top-left corner, and at the bottom-left is Wisconsin’s Door Pensinula and Green Bay. Yet only a
tiny slice is missing from one of the Traverse Area inland lakes on the right. Well shot, astronaut.
All of the land in this photo is in either Ontario (along the top) or Upstate New York; Pennsylvania is just barely
south of the bottom of the frame. Niagara and Lake Erie peek out from behind the thin clouds at the far left.
These photos were taken four years apart, in 2010 and 2014, but only one season apart, meteorologically.
The March photo is not in black and white; if you look closely you can see bits of color in a couple of places.