Category Archives: Landscapes

Vol XVII – #033 – Meggen’s Monday

No sun, plenty of rain: the forest floors have sprung to life, with fresh greens peeking through the fallen leaves. Downtown in Traverse City, the trees on Front Street have exploded into white blossoms. Leland Harbor is open, thanks to the dredge work and our amazing community support. Since it’s May first, I decided to return to the photo taken… Read more »

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.      

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