Midwestern Beauty - A Descriptive Look at Gentle Nature
The cool moonlight in April drifting in and out of clouds, as the dew explores the tops of cars in driveways.
The sunrise over a gentle green cornfield swaying in an August wind presenting next month's meal.
The sweet smell of a soybeans wafting across town just before harvest.
The crunch of leaves mostly brown on my lawn, blown in from the neighbor north of me.
The fierce February snow pulsing across a parking lot while I search for car keys.
The first crack of ice as it melts beneath a March sun as the radio sportscaster argues with a caller who should be the starting pitcher for the Chicago White Sox.
Splash some lemonade into your favorite tall glass, and meet me on the porch. We have a lot to take in.
The scene in the photo: It is a view from a deck at a friend's summer home at Lake Donnell in southwestern Michigan.