Category Archives: Lake Michigan

Vol XVI – #129 – Great to Be Here

  Today’s report is by Jim. Even when it’s dark, the color of the sunset lingers. Most people leave, but I stay because a camera, with a long exposure set, can capture color that is not visible to the eye. It smooths out waves, draws out clouds and simplifies chaos. It doesn’t matter when you’re there, this is Happy Hour… Read more »

Vol XVI – #127 – One of Those Days

One of those days that’s just like so many of the other days… On the warm side with clear skies and light wind off Big Blue. The old courthouse and jail property has been cleaned up and is ready for a development.  Eight nice sized lots for sale.  Not sure, but I remember that the original proposal had 17 or 18… Read more »

Vol XVI – #126 – Sunflowers Galore – Jaw Dropping Beauty

A mile west of Suttons Bay, a beautiful sight.  I wasn’t alone taking pictures of this field of sunflowers, cars were pulling over all the time I was there.  I was invited to drive into the yard.  Fishtown has been my usual destination, but today was just too crowded.  In fact traffic was coming in from the south bumper to… Read more »

Vol XVI – #125 – Meggen’s Monday

  Such beautiful surroundings! August begins exactly as one would hope: sunny, clear skies, mild temps, lots of great activity in town and on the water.            

Vol XVI – #121 – Cloudy Days Happen and Then Sunshine

Not often, but it does get cloudy every once in awhile in July.  I put the Safari top on for the second time this summer, first time late April.  By the way, it’s not an easy task because it’s about an quarter of an inch not wide enough. Blue sky moved in around noon and I really didn’t need a top on. A… Read more »

Vol XVI – #120 – A Perfect Day to Go to the Beach

  And another one of those nice July days.  Great day for having fun in the sun.  I spent just enough time on the beach to take a picture, which wasn’t easy as I just returned from having my eyes checked and was still under the influence of my eyes being dilated.  Below, Jack O’Malley, Jack’s Journal, interviewing me at the… Read more »