Monthly Archives: March 2019

Vol XVIII – #344 – Some Sunsets are Sunsweet

(Report by Jim) I was sitting at the Bluebird with Leelanau.com‘s Andy McFarlane when he quickly excused himself and said he was going out to take the sunset. Bah, I thought, there were too many clouds! Then I saw the sunshine hitting the Verterra Wine Tasting room and I grabbed my camera out of the car. That’s me in the… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #344 – Aerials Revisited

(Report by Jim) More shots from drone day on the North side. I’m in the process of getting my commercial certification, which will open up possibilities to do paid work. There are so many possibilities to take amazing photos with drones, but I will not fly them in state or national parks without permission, or fly it around people. There… Read more »

Vol XVIII – #343 – Spring Cracks

(Report by Jim) Took my daughter down to Suttons Bay for some portraits. Actually, SHE took me down to take portraits of her! Looks like some new docks are ready to go in at the harbor. I took a walk around on them, pretty solid! My panorama didn’t turn out exactly like I expected, but it was an experiment, anyway…. Read more »

Vol XVIII – #339 – And ThanThere Was ……

e After searching for ice boaters, I came upon “ice burgers”. I was told that this group came from traverse City. They anchored and were taking turns “taking selfies”. Bouncing around, the rear section of ice separated. I went upstream.  Apparently they had to abandon ship and below, this was all that showed up. Please continue to send us images from wherever you are… Read more »