Water Dragon Weekly Sunday Post: Landscape

The top of the Keweenaw Peninsula allows one a broad view.  The landscape of  undulating hills,  ponds, fir and deciduous forests,  and the coastline seems to go on forever in its beauty.   In addition, Lake Superior’s vastness adds to the feeling that one can see forever.

I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape. Something waits beneath it; the whole story doesn’t show.  ~Andrew Wyeth

Fall begins on the Keweenaw Peninsula's landscape.

Thanks for viewing my landscape….

Judy

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Happy New Year, everyone!

Hello to my wonderful blog readers!

Another year has come to an end.  The sun is setting on 2011.  We must say good-bye to this year and all its ups and downs, its joys and sorrows, its celebrations and quiet times.  But a new year awaits us!  A brand new, fresh, sparkling year.

We have a fresh slate….    It’s time to start writing in the sand!

sunset on Lake Superior in the Keweenaw Peninsula, Upper Peninsula, Michigan

The Keweenaw Peninsula is known for its beautiful rocks, many with red
colors, due to the iron in the area.

sand reflecting the sunset, Keweenaw Peninsula, Upper Michigan

Happy New Year to all my blog readers!  I hope you have your best year yet in 2012!

Judy

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