Monthly Archives: June 2017

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What those comments didn’t mention is that the photo’s overexposed. That’s partly the high contrast of my composition–white buildings on both edges, with bright sun most everywhere, but Fawn’s car’s in the shade. Which was sort of deliberate. I was bored, and trying to push my camera’s limits that day. This specific photo came out well.

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The Lower Falls

Tahquamenon Falls State Park. You park the car, follow the walk past the concession buildings, and this is the view. I love it.

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The Dirty Clothes Kitty

Oreo. In a basket.

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The Broken Maple

Got home; found the neighbors out in the streets. Seems a twister’d hit Mulliken. A quick survey of our yard showed three young trees ruined, a wee bit of damage to our garage, and a bunch of knocked down flowers. We were fortunate.

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Gaillardia

Blanket flowers aren’t usually this spooky….

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Ankiel in Orange

Do I need to explain Rick Ankiel’s career?

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The Peony Behind the Apple Trees

Somehow we ended up with a peony patch that’s only visible to our backyard neighbors. Went to look at those five years back, and caught this photo.

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St Matthew’s, Fernando

Since we were already in Minnesota for my class reunion, we visited my sister. Debbie, a Lutheran pastor, was serving churches at Winthrop and Fernando.

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Morning Glory

On This Date: Photo taken 6/3/2005

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Willowglen @ Huron, Ohio

On our way home we visited Huron to see what remained of what we knew to be a largely-dismantled port. We found some pretty recreational slips, the grain elevator, and Willowglen.

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