Eclectic Tuesday

In combing through my files, I found four pictures I wanted to share. They are rather random, so there is no theme to these photos. The first two were taken in a children’s museum in Lansing. The next was taken in Douglas, Michigan. The last was shot from my deck here in Spring Arbor.

Mouth

Mouth


Not sure this mouth makes a dentist visit any less scary.

Fiddlehead

Fiddlehead


From a bass fiddle children are allowed to pluck away on.

Morning Shadows

Morning Shadows

Deer

Deer


“You can’t see me hiding behind this tree.”

As always, I welcome your thoughts and comments.

Blades of Grass

In Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman wrote, “I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars.” For photographers, Whitman’s words are a call to be mindful of the beauty in simple things. In seeking the “grand image” we may overlook a gentle glory in the simple. Hope you can see the beauty in my brief homage to Whitman’s words in these images of grass.
against a tree
at the pond
with web
Did you see the spider thread in the last picture? As always, your thoughts, comments, and critiques are welcome.

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