Category Archives: Landscapes

Vol XVII – #025 – Then What Was It?

(Report by Jim) Filling in this last week lets me go back to all the archive photos I’ve scanned over the years. I scanned the thousand original Erhardt Peters negatives and photos that we helped secure for the museum. I scanned a stack for Marv Anderson and Frank Mead and Walter McCord when he was still with us. The photos… Read more »

Vol XVII – #024 – It Was What It Was

(Report by Jim) In honor of Earth Day, we go back to March of 2003, when I was still shooting film. These is the first time I ever saw the “Ice Caves” up near Northport. The earth serves up some marvelous artwork day after day, year after year, century after century. I think it requires us to respect it enough… Read more »

Vol XVII – #019 – Meggen’s Monday

It may be gray today, but blue skies are there, above the clouds… we caught a glimpse or two of sunshine over the weekend.  The Record Eagle published an article on our website. See it here:  http://www.record-eagle.com/news/northern_living/the-leland-report-begins-th-year/article_9fa2870c-4929-57a4-8868-d9480a31b899.html      

Vol XVII – #005 – Meggen’s Monday

Abundant foot traffic around Pyramid Point this weekend: it was truly a great spring feeling in the air. Monday – April showers bring May flowers. And so, it is raining.    SAD News Dept:  Dr. Bob Willard passed away this morning. He would have been 97 later this month.      

Vol XVI – #348 – A Beautiful Day in Spite as How it Started

This day began with heavy snowflakes accumulating to near 2 inches.  Around noon the sky blued and a beautiful  March day melted all that snow away.     A free 2017 Leland Report Calendar is now shipping with all book orders!  http://www.artistasylum.com/book/h7b12a9f3#h7b12a9f3  

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