• Water tower of Millington, Michigan.

    Unfortunately I know for certain that there is at least one resident of Millington who is mean-spirited and cruel-hearted and says nasty things about people. So the water tower is misleading. ----------------------- In Millington, Michigan, on July 28th…

  • Good view of a mistreatment of a creek.

    I know it's wrong and bad, but I liked the denudedness of the streambanks because the absence of trees made it easier for me to look at the water. ----------------------- In downtown Lapeer, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, Farmers Creek as viewed fro…

  • A bad area a short distance inland from the south end of Saginaw Bay.

    Here cyanobacteria are culverted to ponds ringed by phragmites and giant foxtail. Are you familiar enough with the scenery at the south end of Saginaw Bay to know that these kinds of landscapes are commonly found there!? And if not, why not. -----------…


  • Municipal garbage can of downtown Sebewaing, Michigan.

    Speak the word aloud now; roll it around in your mouth: sebewaing. The garbage can topper is painted the same color as the lightpoles, a moneysaving touch. ----------------------- In downtown Sebewaing, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, on the south s…

  • Were these waterlilies trying to tell me "We are healthy!"?

    I don't know! That aside, the waterlilies had arranged themselves clumsily. And gotten duckweed on them. ----------------------- In Sebewaing, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, the Sebewaing River in Sebewaing County Park. ----------------------- Li…

  • Go to WETLANDS to see goldenrod and thistle, if you are having a hard time finding them other places.

    "My gosh what is casting that shadow. Is there a tree nearby," I asked. ----------------------- In Bay Port, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, wetlands along the shore of Saginaw Bay, at the "Bay Port Access Site" off Promenade Street. ---------------…


  • View of SAGINAW BAY!

    I put a treebranch where I wished some cumulus clouds would be. The foreground Recreational Access Rocks were trucked here by the government of Michigan, so as to give people a hard surface to be on. ----------------------- In Bay Port, Michigan, on Se…

  • Good view of Lake Huron.

    If you do not live near Lake Huron, sometime you ought to put time and effort toward traveling a far distance to see it. ----------------------- In Caseville, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, off the north side of the west end of Harbor Street. -----…

  • Transmission of electricity during an occurrence of autumn sunlight on the Thumb of Michigan.

    I was on a road! ----------------------- South of Pigeon, Michigan, in Winsor Township, on September 27th, 2014, on the north side of Stein Road, west of Gagetown Road. ----------------------- Library of Congress classification ideas: TK3242 Electric…


  • Liking sumacs.

    People talk about sumacs liking to grow in "poor soils," which doesn't make any goddamned sense because: If sumacs like them then the soils aren't "poor." ----------------------- In Cass City, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, in Cass City Park on the…

  • Evening in a town with clouds.

    Windows have gotten reduced in size, and a door eliminated, here. ----------------------- In downtown Caro, Michigan, on September 27th, 2014, a view from the south side of West Lincoln Street, west of North State Street. ----------------------- Libra…

  • A COLUMN OF SURFACE!

    A COLUMN OF SURFACE! Unfortunately I forgot to properly investigate just what (in the hell) the surface material is. Not that a fuller investigation would have necessarily told me anything for certain about it. ----------------------- In downtown Caro,…