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New Years Resolutions

Holland Blooms

The Dali Lama said, “Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before”. This has been a resolution of mine each year for as long as I can remember. In 2015, that one place was Holland, Michigan. The Tulip Festival has been on my bucket list for so long and I can’t wait to visit Holland again!

In 2016 I plan to hit several spots in Michigan that I’ve never been before! I’m planning a road trip this summer to the U.P. I’m going to stop at Sault Ste. Marie and Copper Harbor. I also want to spent some time in the North Eastern part of the state, the “Sunrise Coast” as its known. I’m so glad that I live in a state that has so much to do and see. From the big cities of Detroit and Grand Rapids to the beautiful beaches of Lake Michigan and the wilderness of the U.P., its such a diverse and breathtaking place! Not to mention, you can drive for 5 hours and still be in the same state. How many states can say that?

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Wordless Wednesday: Spider Plant

Spider on Deck 8/100

Wordless Wednesday: Zinnias

Zinnias

Wordless Wednesday: Broken Lily

Broken Lily 47/100

Wordless Wednesday: Butterfly on Flower

Butterfly on Flower 55/100

Wordless Wednesday: Cone Flowers in the Sun

Cone Flowers 42/100

Wordless Wednesday: Peony

Peony 5/100

Wordless Wednesday: Holland Blooms

Water on Tulips

Wordless Wednesday: Blooms in West Circle

Flowers in West Circle

Silver Lake Flowers

Flowers by Lake

I am breathing easy today. This was the last week of school for my preschoolers! Soon, I will relaxing, enjoying the summer, and working on my photography.

One of my goals is to photograph every state park in Michigan. Slowly, but surely, I have been crossing parks off the list. This shot was taken at Pinckney Recreation Area. This is a park with lots to do including camping, fishing, and swimming. If you’re a hiker, the Waterloo-Pinckney Trail is a 35 mile trail that connects the park to neighboring Waterloo Recreation Area.

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