Category Archives: Landscapes

Vol XXII – #33 – 2023 Leland Report Calendar

  The 2023 Leland Report Calendar is currently at the printers and I expect to ship by the end of this October. We no longer post every day, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have images to share. We thank you for your support as you make this worthwhile for us. I am limiting the printing to 200 calendars this… Read more »

Vol XXII – #32 – Up to the U.P.

    I’m back home in Illinois, but it was an eventful week. Reunited with old friends at Riverside Inn at the beginning of the trip and then at a memorial for Nick Sica on our way back. My sister “The Mar” came in from Oregon and reunited with an old friend and Leland Report follower Amy Evans Rullo at… Read more »

Vol XXII – #30 – Fall Has Arrived

  Two days of great weather went away with the wind today. With “The Mar” here to visit, it was a good day for a wine tasting at 45 North and Soul Squeeze. Color is popping out quickly, the pic at the top was on M204 between Lake Leelanau and Leland. The wind today was stiff out of the NW,… Read more »

Vol XXII – #29 – Still Summer

Summer is hanging on by it’s teeth and today might be the end of our perfect weather. Usually when I come up, I bring bad weather, but not this time. Maybe my luck has changed. Spent four hours this afternoon vacuuming dog hair out of the Leland Report Jeep, but I’ll never get all of it. Biscuit will always be… Read more »

Vol XXII – #28 – On the Road

  I saw a comment on the last report, someone was concerned there was something wrong since there hasn’t been a report posted in a month. Back when Keith was physically able to post a photo, you would see a Report every day, almost guaranteed. But times change and currently I am the only one posting. I do not live… Read more »

Vol XXII – #27 – National One Design Regatta

I was inside doing some work for my job when I got a clue that there were some really nice clouds outside. Basically, Keith turned to me and said, “look outside”. So the lake was my office for the rest of the afternoon! I knew the National One Design Regatta was happening, so I took my camera with me. Perfect… Read more »

Vol XXII – #26 – Supermoon

  Supermoon rose tonight at 8:41. I sometimes pass on photographing the moon because it’s really never different each time. You can’t really tell it’s a Super Moon (coming a bit closer to Earth than normal so appears larger), so it’s helpful to have some other point of interest in the shot. These clouds worked well. Also, the boat passing… Read more »

Vol XXII – #25 – Kites and Flights

The Cove cam gave me a clue that there was going to be a decent sunset coming, so I headed down to the breakwall to get some drone shots of the harbor.  I had to get a little wet to get the kiteboarding shots at the long end.  For those that knew and loved Maryellen Hadjisky, there will be a… Read more »

Vol XXII – #24 – Day With the Kids

My daughter was back out this month along with my son, it’s been a long time since I had both here at the same time. Life moves fast and it’s nice to slow down and swim in a windless lake or tow a tube with a kayak once in a while. Actually, they aren’t “kids” anymore, but I still think… Read more »