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Photo Challenge: Water’s Texture Like Capricious Emotions

 

The texture  of water is no more constant than the spectrum of human emotions.   In a wild river, it can be rough and raucous.  While in a northern lake, its surface can reflect the summer sky as if the still water were a mirror.  And then there are those streams where water’s texture can evoke the whimsical on a warm afternoon.

 

Photo Challenge:  Texture    

Tacquahmenon River, Michigan

au sable river, michigan

Au Sable River, Michigan

Photo Challenge, Satisfaction: A Summer Sun’s Invitation

Always satisfying when the summer sun sends you an invitation to walk out on a woodland train, and the more so when awaiting you at the end of the trail is a pond mirroring the sky.

Photo Challenge:  Satisfaction 

The work will wait while you show the child the rainbow, but the rainbow won’t wait while you do the work.

-Erik Erikson

 

Photo Challenge, Delta: Nature’s Coat of Many Colors

What we observe is not nature, but nature exposed to our method of questioning
-Werner Heisenberg

The seasons pass in an annual parade in Michigan, and the changes may cover the spectrum.  The same locale can wear a coat of many colors over the course of the year.

 

Photo Challenge:  Delta  

 

Newburgh Lake, Michigan

lake like a mirror

Photo Challenge: Autumn’s Transient Music

Those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane
by those who could not hear the music.
–Friedrich Nietzsche

The crimsons of  autumn are but a transient visitor, too soon faded and eclipsed by winter’s shadow.

Photo Challenge:  Transient  

 

Kensington Park Michigan autumn fall