Monthly Archives: September 2017

Vol XVII – #181 – Heavy Overnight Rain and Thunder

Great cloud formations the morning after.  Woke up to the sound of the generator. Large tree fell across power and cable lines around 3:30 a.m. two miles north of Leland.  All restored around 10 a.m.      Check out the Leland Harbor Dredging Time-lapse in the Projects page!                      

Vol XVII – #178 – The Early Morning Sun

The sun rose at 7:35 and 25 minuets later shown upon Fishtown, it’s a special time of the new day.  The days are getting shorter and Biscuit and I adjust our visit as the sun rises.         Check out the Leland Harbor Dredging Time-lapse in the Projects page!                  … Read more »

Vol XVII – #177 – Meggen’s Monday

  Today’s photographs are made possibly by boats! Just after the pre-dawn (below), the 1,000-footer Stewart J. Cort moved northward through the passage, passing beneath the rising sun (top). We saw the sunrise on Sunday from the North Manitou side of the passage, which is a treat. On Saturday, I joined the crew of the Joy (the camera stayed in… Read more »

Vol XVII – #174 – The First Day of Fall and 90 Degrees

The day began very warm and became mid-summer hot.  The special Edition, Leelanau 2017 Color Tour published and featured by the Leelanau Enterprise came with the newspaper and featured one of the “Report’s” pictures on page 12.       Check out the Leland Harbor Dredging Time-lapse in the Projects page!                      

Vol XVII – #173 – The Last Day of Summer

  Hall’s Shanty below as it looked this morning and the pen &ink as it looked in 1973.  I finished the pen & ink at 5:00 p.m. on March 17th, 1973, my 40th birthday. I had spent the whole day in my studio (furnace room) and returning upstairs found a birthday party in progress along with friends and neighbors.  This was one… Read more »

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