Tim Kiser's photos with the East Lansing landscape

Out for a drive on a dark morning.

Out for a drive on a dark morning.
In East Lansing, Michigan, on March 1st, 2016, on Red Cedar Road east of Chestnut Road, on the campus of Michigan State University.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
TE23 Streets—United States—Pictorial works.
GB2615 Snow…
Added on November 11, 2016

Michigan State University delightful young people, cock and balls in the snow, penis and testicles in the snow.

Michigan State University delightful young people, cock and balls in the snow, penis and testicles in the snow.
On the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, on March 2nd, 2015, a view from a pedestrian bridge south of the Main Library.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
N8236.P345 Penis in art.
GT3913.A2 Gra…
Added on August  8, 2016

Ah the Red Cedar River in the cold.

Ah the Red Cedar River in the cold.
"When the river thaws, I wish for the water to retain a milky white opacity, forever," I prayed, and I tossed a Lincoln penny onto the frozen surface.

Can you believe people used to talk about phasing out pennies?

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In East Lansi…
Added on April 23, 2016

Come home to bunchin' white tarpaulins.

Come home to bunchin' white tarpaulins.
The theme of this one is contentment. People would change this if they didn't like it. The fence looks like a wall of plastic toilet-training pants.

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In East Lansing, Michigan, on March 9th, 2015, in an alley north of East Grand R…
Added on September 29, 2015

Frenzy of marcescence. Ongoing non-leaf-loss of bottom branches of oak come March.

Frenzy of marcescence. Ongoing non-leaf-loss of bottom branches of oak come March.
Shadows are cast onto the treetrunk by nonabscission as the oak continues holding its leaves in a frenzy of marcescence.

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In East Lansing, Michigan, on March 9th, 2015, in the Campus Circle at Michigan State University.

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Added on August 29, 2015

The ice and its cracks of the Red Cedar River.

The ice and its cracks of the Red Cedar River.
Adjust your thinking!, by training yourself so that when told by your companions or a doctor to think of a river, this is the kind of scenery that comes immediately to mind — during all seasons of the year, and for the remainder of your life.

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Added on September 20, 2015

True story:

True story:
Of all of the on-campus rivers at the U.S.'s land grant institutions, the Red Cedar River at Michigan State University is the prettiest by at least a factor of three.

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In East Lansing, Michigan, on October 27th, 2014, the Red Ceda…
Added on November 29, 2014