Foggy Fall Day

It was a bright crisp morning in early November. As I crested the hill overlooking the lake I felt like I was floating on top of the world.  I was peaking out of the clouds surrounding me and clear skies above; all I could see below were tree tops poking out of a dense fog.  … Continue reading Foggy Fall Day

Wild Blue Wonder

One of the things I find most fascinating in nature is patterns. I don't expect to find patterns in nature; i.e. not patterns in the sense of sameness or duplicity.  Sure, pine trees all have the "same" shape, the "same" color, the "same'' needles, etc. but each one is unique.  Snow flakes have the same … Continue reading Wild Blue Wonder

Crail, Scotland

Crail is a small fishing village on the east coast of Scotland, just down the road a few miles from St. Andrews. I was drawn to the area by stories of a picturesque stone harbor that shelters the fishing boats from the roaring winds off the North Sea, but found this scene first.  Maybe it … Continue reading Crail, Scotland