Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Looking Around Includes Looking Down
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Labels: back roads, Leelanau Township, Petoskey stones, walking, walks
Friday, September 18, 2020
That Tree! Perfection!
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Labels: Leelanau County, Michigan, trees
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Smoke From California Fires Reaches Skies Over Lake Michigan
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Labels: California, fires, Lake Michigan, Michigan, skies, smoke
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Without a Camera
Sometimes I "take" pictures without a camera, not having it in hand, even not wanting the burden of carrying it. “Look at this,” I tell myself. “Remember this.” And so --
Along Eagle highway: brightly painted hay wagons at one of my favorite farms, neatly lined up in the sun after freshly cut and baled hay was put away in the barn.
Same road: broad alternating strips of shade and light where rising sun casts first light through a cherry orchard onto the grassy roadside.
A quiet back road, walking: among stands of late summer goldenrod, a single stalk of June primrose, with its lighter, clearer yellow, blooms out of season.
This morning, early: a glowing full moon, luminous in the southwest, setting over the orchard, lighting the sky (clear after a night of rain) brighter than false dawn in the east.
Posted by P. J. Grath at 3:54 AM 1 comment:
Labels: farms, landscape, Leelanau County, Leelanau Township, memory, Michigan, moon, skies, sunlight, wildflowers
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