Light falls on a friend’s living room. The artwork is that of his father who committed suicide in the mid 60s, or so. He worked as a commercial artist for Ford and also sold his paintings around Detroit and Northern Michigan.
I own one large drawing… pastels and it looks like a cave painting. It’s beautiful.
Rain again today. Our garage is leaking all over my husband’s work bench and onto the floor. So we ignored it and took off in our Jeep along dirty/muddy roads. This is one of the gorgeous sights along the way.
Mackinac Island,Michigan. I took this photo as a friend flew us to the island in a 4 seat plane. Adventurous, since he was about 81 at the time and another plane almost hit us as we got in line for landing. But we got there and back just fine.
At the top left of this photo you can see the Grand Hotel. From the air it’s so strange to see how uninhabited the place still is. No cars on the island.. just horses and bicycles.
Last night I went to a recording session with my husband. I went because they were working in an old one room school house that is now privately owned. It retains a lot of the old school equipment and look.
Early this morning a friend called to say she was taking her peddle boat out to check on the loon families and wanted to know if I wanted to come along. (She’s part of a group who is helping them survive in this area.)
We were in the boat before 9 a.m. and not only could I watch the loons pretty close up but got to hear the calls.. the ones to gather the family and the ones to warn of danger. Both are the most awesome sounds. This was the best shot I got this morning. I need a longer lens!