First thing this morning I saw two fawn out my kitchen windows doing what I had set out to do.. get some food.
A yellow tree and wind sail breaks the gloom of a cloudy day at Pere Marquette.
Good light would make these photographs more interesting. What can I say?! Nearly every time I’m at this beach (taking my mom for a ride) it’s mid day, so even on sunny days the light is not great during the time I’m here.
Daisy foliage (top right) is just anticipation.
I wish I could bottle the scent of that peony.
What a beautiful day! Spring weather has finally arrived just in time for outdoor activities on Earth Day. (raking, mostly)
Living in the woods we enjoy watching different critters wander through. Today we watched a tom strutting his stuff, hoping to find some romance.
Here’s to seeing more green and less white. Sayonara winter!
The flooding in Lowell this year was not as bad as in 2013, but it was significant. This years flooding was the 4th largest in Lowell history. I grabbed a few snapshots when we went for a ride.
On my most recent visit to Lake Michigan the sky was bland and the light wasn’t great for pictures but I took some shots of the ice anyhow. As of last weekend (2-24-2018) the icebergs were still on Lake Michigan at Pere Marquette beach in Muskegon, Michigan, but they’re shrinking.
My mom and I take a drive around the ovals at Pere Marquette almost weekly. The Lake Michigan view is different each time.
This day we had sun rays and ice. The ice bergs are not very large this year. (so far)