As the saying goes, "Even a blind hog finds an acorn on occasion..." Today, after numerous foiled photographic trips, was a stellar day weather-wise for working behind the lens of the Canon 5D Mark II. The Canon 17-40L was the only lens used today, for its ultrawide capabilities. Light cloud cover that allowed for highlight detail and warm enough temps to only require a light ski jacket. I could not have been more pleased, other than it was over too quickly. Started at Lake of the Clouds, then visited two stretches of beach along M107 on Lake Superior, between the Porkies and Ontonagon, and finished at a turn of the century abandoned church outside of Rockland. It was too late to drive to and climb to the top of Wolf Mountain. Another benefit was the paucity of tourists-most of whom are long gone with the leaves. I could work in peace and concentrate on making art without the din of people coming and going. My right brain and soul were refreshed.
"It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done."
― Vincent van Gogh