Wandering Wednesday: The Boardwalk at Lake St.Clair Metro Park

If you’ve noticed that i haven’t been going outside these last couple of weeks due to the winter chill but fortunately over the weekend we had a day where the weather was quite nice and over 50 degrees ( whatever Celsius). However, due to the sudden shift in the weather it made for a ratherContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: The Boardwalk at Lake St.Clair Metro Park”

Wandering Wednesday: Stony Creek

It’s been awhile since I felt brave enough to venture outside, with it being so cold for the past couple of weeks. I had next to little resolve to get outside. But since I’m on vacation this week, i needed to get out before the weather decides to shift. Honestly it wasn’t too bad. ItContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Stony Creek”

Ripples

A wave or series of waves running across the surface of water usually caused by an object dropping into the water or they can be caused by the wind. Or of course there are also a type of ice-cream that has colorfully flavored syrup running into it but I do not such an ice-cream onContinue reading “Ripples”

Monochrome Monday: Luna Pier

A fantastic spot for fishing or so they say. I’m not much of a fisherman myself but then again it’s been ages since I’ve gone fishing. Maybe someday I shall. But not until holiday season nonsense is over. Hope you are having a fantastic Monday!

Wandering Wednesday: Draper Twin Lake Park

Peak color for autumn has more or less past and from now until the snow starts to stick around you will see the remnants on some of the trees here in Michigan. Fortunately at the time I captured these photos the trees were still covered in their leafy glory. In some of the photos youContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Draper Twin Lake Park”

Wandering Wednesday: Cullen Park Trail

In my quest to continue hiking areas around Lake Eerie i happened to stumble upon this cool gem of an area located in the city of Toledo Ohio. The trail offers some pretty amazing views of the Maumee Bay. Maumee Bay eventually feeds Lake Eerie to the North East. Cullen Park has a public boatContinue reading “Wandering Wednesday: Cullen Park Trail”