Tag Archives: fall color

Vol XXI – #38 – Fall is Technically Still Here

Dreary, cold gray day today. The wind blew fierce last night, but was a little calmer today. I was working all day and didn’t get a chance to do any photography so I thought it might be a good day to revisit past Fall favorites from around the county. Tomorrow is a free day, so anything goes, maybe even a… Read more »

Vol XXI – #37 – Sister Ships and Whaleback Natural Area

Back in Leland to see what’s been happening. The Japanese Maples are the only trees still holding their color. Found two boats and a building in the Harbor parking lot. Looks like old friends will be spending the Winter together there. Carlson’s Fishery is the latest benefactor to an upgraded foundation. Took a hike up into the Whaleback Natural Area… Read more »

Vol. XX – #209 – Guest Post by Mark Smith

(Report by Jim and Mark) Mark Smith might not need an introduction to many of you, he is not only our neighbor to the North on Lake Leelanau, but he is also the first short story you see when you open our book, The Leland Report, 15 Years in the Leelanau Peninsula. Mark is an Instructor at Northwestern Michigan College… Read more »

Vol. XX – #182 – Meggen’s Monday

Fall has arrived, along with its clouds to capture an amazing play of light in the late afternoon, in between rain showers. The maples have started to turn that sweet read in earnest. Salmon are attempting the annual jump up the dam in Leland, to the chorus of “ooh!” from onlookers. Today, the Joy’s crew pulled the last two nets… Read more »