My mom died on Saturday, following my Dad in 2016 and my brother Doug in 2018. Well, shit. Okay, that’s out my of system now (fair warning: it’s probably not).
This time, the sky co-operated on a very cold evening. 12 degrees and there was a guy paddle boarding on Lake Michigan which was cool to see. Too many good sunset pictures to pick just a few!
Earlier this week I spent a bit of time wandering at Van Raalte Farm after nearly two feet of snowfall over the past week or so. I also went to Holland State Park hopeful for a glimpse of sunset (there was none), but it was snowing sideways so I settled for some icy-railing-lighthouse pictures across the channel.
Between the pandemic and unpacking (and well, general lethargy), I haven’t been out with or without cameras since we moved to the north side of town back in November. I used some new gear as an excuse to finally get to Riley Trails yesterday, which is located just a couple miles away. The light was great on this morning!
Another quiet month mostly at home….with a few trips into the dunes.
Pictures from another successful season of USA Soccer, this time featuring Rachel as the coach.
From Saturday, July 11 at Saugatuck Dunes State Park.
June, the month where we finally spent some time with family we hadn’t seen since lockdown started. More from Saugatuck Dunes State Park and our backyard. There’s even a picture of me in this one, shot by Leah.
Pictures from two very socially-distanced and quarantined months in our family. More days and sunsets from Saugatuck Dunes, playing outside in the perfect weather we had for so much of Spring, and Bob doing Bob things.
Some favorite pictures from the month where shutdown and quarantine started, including a couple of blockbuster winter sunsets from Saugatuck Dunes State Park, soccer, and one sunrise over an icy lake.
Some favorite pictures from these two months, looking awfully normal compared to this crazy time we’re in now. I mean, indoor sports? Sleepover party? Seems a lifetime ago…