Reblog Wednesday: Lo, The Sun Walks North

Some photographers are magical: they can tame the light!  Their pictures are like poems, quiet and peaceful. Meet with DuneLights, wander through her beautiful blog, and you’ll get my point. I had to post this pict, feels so good to feel a bit of cold when we are roasting in Cebu…

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Lo, The Sun Walks North

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“Over the back of the Florida basker,
over the froth of the Firth of Forth,
Up from Tahiti and Madagascar,
Lo, the sun walks north.”

These brilliant lines are from a marvelous poem called
Greeting to Spring (Not Without Trepidation) by Robert Lax
Read the whole thing and buy it here: http://writersalmanac.publicradio.org/index.php?date=2006/05/05

The sun is marching north and we are in the midst of spectacular spring thaw. This photo was shot through the opening of an ice cave last week. Common along the Lake Superior shores in the upper peninsula, ice caves are not as common down here in the lower peninsula where I live. I’d never seen one before. I was actually pondering getting in the truck and driving several hundred miles north just to shoot one when I heard a whiff of a rumor that an ice cave had formed, not just on…

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