Wednesday, November 07, 2007


"Autumn is the eternal corrective. It is ripeness and color and a time of maturity; but it is also breadth, and depth, and distance. What man can stand with autumn on a hilltop and fail to see the span of his world and the meaning of the rolling hills that reach to the far horizon?"
- Hal Borland

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~ Rounding the bend

~ The South Shore

~ Autumn's fading face

(Hubbard Lake)


Mireille said...

I discovering your blog and your photos are really are lucky to live in this part of the world and to have the talent to capture these landscapes, colours and lights...
thanks to share with us...

Sweet Home and Garden Carolina said...

Hi Joey,

Just discovered your blog on gardenvoices. Your photos and poetry are lovely.

I started GARDEN BLOGGERS' MUSE DAY on the first of each month at which time you post a poem on your blog and then inform me so that I can add you to our poetry circle. Please join us for the next one on Dec. 1.

I see you are a fellow Midwesterner in Michigan, a very scenic state. We used to vacation up at Mackinaw Island when the children were young.

Love your blog and have to spend some time to read your many interesting posts.

Anonymous said...

Very beautiful

The Weathered Pane said...

Joey, I just love your photos. You should make cards out of the.

Unknown said...

Your photos are truly amazing...I'm glad you visited and that I did the same! I'll be back on a regular basis. (and Ill add your blog to my list, thank you for doing that already!--you're more efficient than I am, obviously...)