a beautiful morning walk
sharing earhart park with this lovely creature
an evening spent at the first and second sister lakes in dolph nature area
“when we begin to see land as a community to which we belong,
we may begin to use it with love and respect.”
– aldo leopold
*i’ve now walked 60 of the ann arbor parks,
(all of the way through the letter ‘e’), only 100ish more to go-
i hope to have found and walked all of them by halloween, october 31
as i look forward to the beauty to be found in the change of seasons.
along the path
on our walk
by the river
these tin soldiers
in the sun
await their moment
to fly once more.
“adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.”
-ralph waldo emerson
huron river, ann arbor, michigan, usa
maybe the pool opens when the last of the snow vanishes?
“nature is never static. it is always changing. everything is in a constant state of flux.
nothing endures. everything is in the process of either coming into being or expiring.”
― kilroy j. oldster
“every spring is the only spring, a perpetual astonishment.”
image credit: google images
daylight savings time kicks in
dance on the edges.
porter’s front porch on a michigan weekend
“i think michigan keeps you sane and on an even keel through the ups and downs.
in michigan, i do fireworks, shovel snow and live life.”
– jeff daniels
the kinders celebrate the return of the sun
with no coats and fast feet and smiles a mile wide.
“i’m youth, i’m joy, i’m a little bird that has broken out of the egg.”
-james m. barrie