Posted on October 12, 2017
The artistic geometry of nature is astounding, if we take the time to look. Here is some of the Divine artistry that I saw on Tuesday’s outing with my friend Pat to the Hidden Lake Gardens.
Posted on October 3, 2017
At a traffic stop I did a double take and vowed to get my camera the next time in town (Jackson, Mi). The rather unusual street decoration was still there. Here are a couple of shots from the corner of Monroe & West.
Posted on September 29, 2017
It was fair weather – a beautiful morning – to take fowl photos. Enjoy.
Posted on September 27, 2017
Pat and I traveled to the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary to visit the swans and other waterfowl (a future post). Maybe it’s because I played the trumpet for many years, but I have an affinity for the grace and hauntingly engaging call of the trumpeter swans . . . God’s trumpets. Here are some trumpeter swan images I hope you enjoy.
Posted on September 18, 2017
York Minster was built on the ruins of a Roman army outpost primarily tasked with protecting Hadrian’s Wall. The cathedral is big and beautiful. Here are some stained glass windows I was able to photograph and a statue that moved me.
Posted on September 15, 2017
Relying on weather forecasts for a mostly sunny day, Pat and I planned on a Thursday outing. While waiting for Pat, I took a photo of the mist that would certainly soon disappear. It didn’t. Our morning was a mistery one. Close shots showed some clarity, but distant images were trapped in the mist/fog until the sun broke through after our late morning second breakfast. Here is some of what we saw.
Posted on September 13, 2017
I took some pictures that don’t fit with other groupings. Some reflect the eccentricities of the Brits. Some reflect the oddities of this photographer. I hope that at least one will bring a smile to your face.