Momentum of Existance

The Momentum Of Existence by Eric Nixon Sometimes you don’t get a chanceTo pause and restEven to just take it all inSometimes life just goes too fastAnd if you halt, even for a momentYou could get rolled overBy the momentum of existenceSo, push yourself and keep goingBecause once you stopYou may not get started againAndContinue reading “Momentum of Existance”


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”

Lens-Artists Challenge #139 – Special Moments

“No coward soul is mine,No trembler in the world’s storm-troubled sphere:I see Heaven’s glories shine,And faith shines equal, arming me from fear.” ~ Emily Brontë September 16, 2017 was my last stay at Big Sable Light. I got up early to watch the sunrise. The extra discomfort was rewarded with a spectacular sunrise and the luxuryContinue reading “Lens-Artists Challenge #139 – Special Moments”

Dredging at Sunset

If you read the histories of beach towns along the West Coast of our State of Michigan you will discover that many started as lumber mills on an outlet along the bank of a meandering river/stream/marsh that emptied into Lake Michigan. Among the first things mill owners did was set about dredging channels to createContinue reading “Dredging at Sunset”

Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (2)

Golden Childhood  Last Friday we went to Movies on the Beach (more in a future post). The pre-show musical act didn’t show so I went down to water and shot the children playing in Lake Michigan. In their life they shall never know water so warm and sweet as this.