The Week In Seven Photos

During a week where the smoky haze and cold temperatures were creating interesting sunrises, that I was finding difficult to capture, I realized that my camera and I are having relationship and communication issues and cannot reach an agreement on many important topics.  After arguing over our creative differences and proper settings, I finally gave…

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Thursday Tunes – She Came In Through The Bathroom Window

Joe Cocker

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Monday Musings – 50 Word Story

It’s been six months since the first confirmed COVID-19 cases in Michigan and after seeking remote places, some days the world sounds very loud when I leave the parks for a walk down Main Street or wake to the malfunctioning fire alarm blaring and the loudest howl you’ve ever heard.

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Monday Musings

There are many simple things along the way in life that one can develop strong opinions about, like not being a big fan of seafood after a bad reaction to my first seafood dinner, but then discover how quickly opinions can change after one fabulous lobster roll has you constantly thinking about placing your next…

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Flowers And Movies

The street and society photographer Bill Cunningham was an artist “who saw beauty at every turn” and in the wonderful documentary, The Times Of Bill Cunningham, the fashion historian in a 1994 interview shares wonderful stories about his life and the film includes an incredible collection of previously unpublished photographs from his archive of over 3 million images.

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The Week In Seven Photos

“Houston, we have a problem.”  I’ve always dreaded the dog days of summer, but now I’m kinda looking at what has always been my second favorite month of the year as the twisted days of May. As I march out the door in the morning to experience another new situation during these twisted days, at…

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The Week In Seven Photos

One of the trends that I’ve read about is the return of board games during these times stuck in our homes and this brought to mind another childhood game, “Simon Says,” that I never liked, but for some reason it popped into my head as an appropriate sum up of the week.  Now, for the sake of…

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Drive-Thru Farmers Market

Self-Isolation Trend #11 It’s farmers market season in Michigan and, along with everyone else, they have tried to implement policies to keep everyone as safe as possible and one of the early trends at my favorite market is the creation of a drive-thru farmers market.  I actually was not aware they were opening on time…

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The Week In Seven Photos

I think I’ve given myself mental whiplash with all the changes I’m witnessing taking place in society every day and the fast moving news on the latest coronavirus updates and knowledge about the virus.  There was the welcoming change this week of seeing a new little sandhill crane colt enjoying wandering through the garden  amidst…

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