Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Michigan landscapes

It seems like it's been a lifetime since I was up in Michigan to attend the Nettie Bay School of Birding. Much has happened since then, and it turns out that Life has taken precedence over my blog. It lingers in the back of my mind, and I often think to myself "Maybe tonight I'll get a blog post done," only to realize that before I know it, bed time is upon me with nothing to show for my mental nod toward blog-land. I admire those who can keep a steady blog regardless of the bumps and curve balls that life might throw at them.

But I digress. I'll take you back to late May, when spring migration was just falling off its peak, and I was falling in love with Michigan landscapes all over again. Dramatic sunsets, birch bark, pristine lakeside beaches... all nostalgic memories of that great state up north. Enjoy.


Red said...

Awesome photos. I hope you don't take so long to post again. Blogging is life!

KaHolly said...

Beautiful pictures. Life certainly does get in the way sometimes. I've also been remiss about blogging.....*sigh*.......when I am out in the field and snapping photos, the posts are flowing through my mind, yet when I return home, I just get too busy. Have missed your delightful insights.

Rune said...

I could easily lose myself in these pictures. The light is beautiful, especially on the second one. The birch bark reminds me of making campfires and having great moments.
There are times for writing (blogging), and times for living ... I think :)
Best wishes for the rest of the summer!

canvas prints said...

really great pictures, well done

Unknown said...

Brilliant use of the natural elements.. Awesome