Took our two grandsons to the river to break ice and throw it into the river… because… you know… we’re just boys. 🙂
a brrrrrreautiful morning….
…hope you have a beautiful day! Thanks for stopping by!
Flower ice… becasue… you know… it’s Springtime.
stone cold part 2
The second post of some images from my recent trip to Long Island. This is the West End of Jones Beach State Park. It was a fiercely cold and windy day, but it was also a beautiful day. Thanks for stopping by.
polar vortex moments
Welcome to the great, wide, wonderful, ridiculously frigid Polar Vortex of 2019! Thought I would venture out into the eye of the vortex and see what it was like.
Well… wind chill temps were around -30 making both holding a camera and pressing the shutter button a challenge.
Still, I was glad to get out and capture a few images and, even happier to get back home! Wherever you are, I hope it’s warmer than it is here! Thanks for stopping by!
from the archives
I hope to get back to photography and regular posts in 2019. In the meantime, this is from the archives that I didn’t even know I had! Lake Michigan on a cold winter sunset from….some years ago.
Not quite sure what else to call those ice disks. This is the first of three images taken at the Aux Sable access on the historic I&M Canal. The Illinois Michigan Canal is a 96 mile canal that connects the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. This is the first of three images taken at the locks at Aux Sable.
a father’s joy
I can remember saying this to each of my four children, when they were around two or three years old: “Now, you are going to stay this age, right? No more growing up. Just stay right here.” Of course none of them listened, and, even though the experience of watching your children grow is bittersweet, there is also the joy of loving them and relating to them as adults. This is my oldest daughter. One of our favorite things to do is go hiking at Starved Rock State Park. We hike, walk, and even as I enjoy her beauty and conversation, and, what she is doing in life, I still wish, just a little bit, that she (and the other three kids) was 2 or 3 again. I am blessed. Looking forward to more hikes Andrea.
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