Flowers find a way to grow along the rocky shoreline of Lake Superior at Pukaskwa National Park.
Retrospective is perfect for the Weekly Photo Challenge. As I was editing my photos for this month's Changing Season's post, I was thinking it would be nice to do a post showcasing one photo from each month. Then I check the photo challenge for this week and bam, perfect timing. At the beginning of 2016, [...]
On the new horizon for me in 2017, continuing to read more books (currently 33 for 2016), more writing & "Living Well & Dying Consciously".
I realize it will be several months before I am able to do this again, but this is the ultimate in relaxation for me. Not pictured, a good book & a glass of wine.
A notebook? I know strange choice for the Weekly Photo Challenge. We are really not into the holiday stuff, no tree, no shopping, no presents. It's not for me. However, I do enjoy spending time with friends & family, that is the part I would keep about the holidays and discard the rest. This time [...]
For those of us heading into winter, this may not seem so magical. However, last year while hiking after a heavy snow, the forest had transformed into a magical place. All of the branches were heavy with snow & bent in toward the trail. Despite the cold, I could not help but stop & take [...]
Turkey Run State Park - Frozen I have visited this park in Indiana many times but never during the winter months. What a treat to see all of the waterfalls frozen. My favorite form of H2O, ice!
On the edge, the Chimney Tops trail in the Smoky Mountains National Park.
Downtown Indianapolis, a tall building becomes a mirror in the mid-day sun.
This image instantly came to mind for this WPC. The photo was taken in Bryce Canyon National Park, summer of 2014.