Unfortunately it wasn’t meant to last all day, thunder and rain returned.
Thunder and lightning entertained us again last night.
Purpley pinks- raspberry sorbet, ladies slipper orchids, bleeding hearts, iris, a propeller hub, fishing lure, and a couple of random signs within Leland – and a sunset by Fishtown. These are a few hues of early summer.
The Morning began with scattered rain showers slowly becoming partly cloudy. A calm Big Blue was the perfect setting. It’s always a pleasure to witness the excitement that hanging the catch brings. Fishtown is a busy place today.
A Tour around the upper lake on Eagle Highway just before the clouds rolled over, showcased the beauty of the roadside. The picture below is outside my backdoor. Spring in Leelanau County is awesome, and for that matter, so is summer, fall and Winter.
A cool, clear and breezy morning.
(Report by Jim today) Mrs. Maro has been featured on this blog several times. But I don’t think these other gems were ever put up. Mrs. Maro was the wife of Walter T. Best, best known by his stage name “Maro the Magician”. She helped finance and run the Old Art Building. And, as you can see above from the… Read more »
A bright and sunny Monday! Imagining the season’s early strawberries. Also imagining plunging into the water, which is not quite warm enough yet. Fun to imagine, though!
I was interviewed last week by Jim Caldwell and Fred Rodgers for the FotoBug Podcast today. See it here:
(Report by Jim today) You know what they say about the weather in Michigan, whether you like it or not, wait ten minutes and it will change. We installed a timelapse camera on the green breakwall light for the duration of the dredging operation and caught a spectacular transformation in action! You will see the whole thing in a video… Read more »