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These are from a day last spring, April 2020. Lake Michigan was near record high levels. So the water was just about 1 foot from the top of the pier when it was…

Yesterday we visited a new bird watching tower, but we had to leave rather quickly. The wind was so strong that we almost blew away :-)

Date Hiked: July 3-5, 2019 Elevation: ~10,800 Ft Partners: Anthony and Salix (dog) Of all the places I have explored so far, none has matched the spectacular…

[197-365] 14th. February 2021- It wasn't my intention, but after I had taken some shots earlier, focussed into the depths of the log burner and decided to do a…

[188-365] 5th. February 2021- In our desperation to get out of the house we ventured out with a view to getting to the lighthouse if we could. The weather was…

A quite windy day and I thought I'd play with the ND filters. A nice moody stormy look even though it wasn't really, just windy not stormy. It makes the lake…

As I was sitting on my back porch enjoying the warm weather, I noticed the leaves falling down from the big oak tree. The thought occurred to me that I should…

[94-365] 7th. November 2020- This tree tells you all you need to know about Bolberry Down. High, rocky, windswept, exposed, it's all of those, but today it was…

[58-365] 2nd. October 2020- This photo explains why I won't be going out to take pictures today, and probably not until next week. A months rain is expected…

[22-365] 27th August 2020- Some of the hills around here are quite exposed to Westerly prevailing winds leading to examples of trees like this one. There are…

On 21 August 2020, Sidmouth had some especially strong onshore winds for summertime, which brought uncharacteristically rough seas. The sea conditions didn't…
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