Altar by Bill Dolak
Bill writes “On this, the altar to the last day of summer: the sacrificial leaf that will bring on fall,” so if anyone is sad summer’s over, Bill’s the man to talk to. ;)
Of course if you’re excited for apples, autumn’s colors & of course, pumpkin spice, mad props to Bill! Check out more in Bill’s Kalamazoo River Valley Trail album & enjoy the season!
Drops of Field, photo by Third Son
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Portraits Of The Artist As An Awestruck, Foul-Mouthed, Middle-Aged Child, photo by Liz Glass
Fall is buried under about 70 feet of snow in northern Michigan right now, but at least the pictures remain. Liz explains the title of her photo:
Because you should have heard me when I got down there and confirmed that yes, not only was that aspen leaf covered in droplets of every size, but apparently each one had a mind of its own when it came to choosing what color to be. If anyone can explain this, please speak up. I’ll be the one sprawled out in my driveway saying things like “No f**king way” and “oh my god, get the f**k out of here.”
View her photo bigger and see more in her Autumn slideshow.
PS: If you’re in Boyne City, be sure to stop into her store, the Lake Street Market!