(Report by Sheen Watkins – First Post!)
There are colors and moments in nature you just can’t make up. Sunset the other night was afire in color. The aqua water of Lake Michigan on Van’s beach looked like the color of vintage blue milk glass. This sunset was one for the memory bank. Mother Nature is brilliant.
Fall’s last hurrah. I’m on this wood trail multiple times per week. As it’s deeper in the woods, color change is a bit later. I didn’t run there today as we had 36mph winds last night. I’m thinking it’s going look a bit different tomorrow. Change is constant. Change is beautiful.
(Jim’s note): I met Sheen on Van’s Beach above when the ice was piled high in March 2018, she was in that day’s Leland Report.
Sheen Watkins lives in Northport with Dave and their two dogs. She’ll be the first to share that she’s a photographer who can’t focus….on a single subject. One thing’s for sure, she loves focusing on Leelanau County. She enjoys shooting our waterscapes, landscapes and nature in the elements year round. You can find Sheen on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as @swnaturephot
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Great to see Sheen’s work on the LR…Congratulations!
Thank you Julie!
Appreciate it Amy!
That sunset is more than amazing.. absolutely beautiful..and amazing😀😀
Our light up here is wonderful – so glad you enjoyed Chris!
Beautiful! Welcome Sheen
For some one who “can’t focus” , she does smart job.
LOL! Thank you Dick!!