Weekly Photo Challenge: Descent
The seasons of descent are upon us … tree branches almost bare after recent winds forced the descent of the last of the multi-colored leaves, while the hint of winter is in the air, with snow flurries descending upon us even before trick-or-treaters graced our doorsteps. I am not quite ready to let go of…
Weekly Photo Challenge: The Golden Hour
Bloggers already have submitted many beautiful photos of sunrises and sunsets to illustrate this week’s theme, “The Golden Hour.” I love the way sunlight at the beginning and end of the day plays across the water — whether it be oceans, or lakes, or rivers. But, I came inland to the forest instead, where the…
I Can See Canada From My Window . . .
. . . at least I can see Canada when I am standing at the entrance to Grand Portage State Park, at the most northeastern point of Minnesota. Continuing on our geocaching adventures through Minnesota’s State Parks, we drove the beautiful entirety of Minnesota’s North Shore on about as perfect a fall day as fall…
Travel Theme: Foliage
Where’s My Backpack? was kind enough to remind me of her weekly challenge (for those of us going through withdrawal since Friday, waiting for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge!). Ailsa’s theme this week is “foliage” which has been wonderfully abundant here in northern Minnesota the past couple of weeks! This shot is from the Timberdoodle…
One More Reflection of Gratitude: Nature
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” ~ John Muir Just had to share one more John Muir quote with one more photo from our Sunday hike to the Tettegouche Lake Overlook (more photos and details about that hike in this post). Ciao! ~ Kat B.