Exodus 26:31 “You shall make a veil of blue and purple and scarlet material and fine twisted linen; it shall be made with cherubim, the work of a skillful workman.” I do not mean to make light of the Book for I find the changing tapestries wrought by the setting sun fitting to carry anyContinue reading “EXODUS”
I shot this family, you can just make out the boy on the mom’s lap, earlier today. I’m OK. I’m in the strengthening part of Physical Therapy post surgical repair for the torn rotator cuff. The right foot is healing as could be expected. Surgery on the left in a week. There are future plansContinue reading “Surf”
We American’s love our parades. It is tradition for the people in a parade unit, whether float, or horses, to throw candy to children along the parade route. Below are children and adults attending to their candy bags. That candy was wet. I disapprove of filters. I don’t use them but I sometimes do pushContinue reading “Jingle Parade”
Morat’s ‘get’s’ Muskegon. They are new to town but know their new home well. We are diverse. Morat’s bakery, awesome bakery, was also a fun concert venue up in New Era. Their concert days ended when an insurance lawyer got involved and shot the price of a Blue Grass gathering or a Rockabilly celebration throughContinue reading “Santa Cookies”
“It snowed last year too: I made a snowman and my brother knocked it down and I knocked my brother down and then we had tea.” ~ Dylan Thomas, A Child’s Christmas in Wales The earth rotates and the russets of late fall give way to white. And it is good.
Halloween is big in the USA. It’s as big with adults as it is with kids on a sugar high from all that candy. To those who celebrate, Happy Halloween!
As promised, ‘You Are There’ vids of one of the last upwind rides of 2018. Later, coming in after dark that same evening, we passed some Melges (our one design fleet) ‘pumping’ their way home. The wind died with the sunset and they do not carry motors so they rock/pump the boat to get itContinue reading “Summer’s End”
“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” ~ Dr. Seuss We have been finishing our races in the dark, even when we win. The Days are shorter, the dusks are chill. This is my view from last week’s race. I was keeping out of the slot on the low side. The sunset wasContinue reading “Close of Summer”
The seasons turn and you know summer is almost over when the Michigan Irish Music Festival hits town. It stays for a lovely 4 days the second weekend in September. You can eat, drink, listen to the story telling competition, hear school children play their fiddles en masse, watch elaborately costumed young people compete inContinue reading “Seasons: The Michigan Irish Music Fest”
“I am Summer, come to lure you away from your computer… come dance on my fresh grass, dig your toes into my beaches.” ~Oriana Green, @NatureSpirits Summer, where we take our computers in hand and walk them to the beach with our dogs. ~ Me To be fair she was likely sharing the glory ofContinue reading “I am summer”