I am deeply into the beginning stages of a very busy period that will most likely last throughout the next couple of months, and I will have little time to devote either to following those of you who have become photo friends or to respond in depth to the comments that you’ve made on my recent posts. It’s going to be a summer packed to the gills with family activities, including a family reunion and a memorial celebration for my mom. So please bear with me and have patience. I’ll try to put up a quick post from time to time, but I’m way behind now and will likely stay that way for the foreseeable future.
Meanwhile, here’s a favorite photo from my past, made while fishing in my canoe at sunrise on one of the Gulch Lakes in (and I’m not making this up) the Paul Bunyan State Forest in Hubbard County, Minnesota, on a beautiful July morning in 1994. I am already looking forward to a few such serene moments, when I can take it all in with a deep breath, let it all out again, and contemplate the wonder.