Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Scenes of Winter and Spring - Bay City, MI

The polar bear plunge in Tawas, along Lake Huron.

Late afternoon sunlight on a home in the westside.

Ice fishing on the Saginaw Bay.

Fish shanties dot the ice near Independence Bridge.

A spring sunset on Veterans Memorial Bridge.

A swan in a field of melting ice.

Aplin Beach along the Saginaw Bay.

A backyard view of  Aplin Beach.

One-week-old spring bunnies.

Save the Saginaw Bay!

Fishing poles frame downtown Bay City along the Saginaw River.

Fishing for walleye in the Saginaw Bay.

Little piglets on a farm in Kawkawlin, MI.

Bowling in Bay City, MI

Yes, I went bowling so now I'm officially a Bay Citian. One cannot live in Bay City, MI and not bowl.
Thanks to Scott Pacheco (now in Miami) and Ryan Stanton, writers at The Bay City Times, for 
organizing the weekly Wednesday night bowling at Washington Lanes. I even broke 100, once. Extra
thanks to fellow photo intern Adrianne Bonafede for taking this excellent photo with my Fuji Instax Mini.

Caught in the act.

I came home one day and found Ella sound asleep on the futon couch. She looked so sweet and innocent. 
I stood in front of her for a bit and took some photos. The clicking sound woke her up and she gave me
her guilty doggy look and then quickly scampered off. No punishment given here, just cherishing all the
moments I can get with my 13-year-old goldie.

Missing my Kiwi family - Oct 2007 photos.

Little Sophia.

Sleepy Carter.

Stopped off at Opunake Beach on the way to New Plymouth.

Deven & Sophia at Opunake Beach.

Winery in Hawke's Bay.

Deven & Sophia at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth.

Carter's first haircut.

Rainbow in the backyard, Wanganui.

Lee/Baum Family at Pukekura Park in New Plymouth.