A photo a day keeps the doctor away.

Lake Superior, it's said, never gives up her icebergs (sometimes until June)

Lake Superior, it’s said, never gives up her icebergs (sometimes until June)

I am pondering taking this blog in a new direction for a while.

Feeling inspired to dust off the camera again.

To share photos. Perhaps even daily, at times.

A photo a day keeps the doctor away.

No need to comment every day unless you’re inspired.  Or you’re so amazed by icebergs on Lake Superior in late May that your dentures drop out.  😉

I simply want to continue sharing without a lot of words right now.

Words, sometimes, gesture away from what you’re trying to say, don’t they?

About Kathy

I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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18 Responses to A photo a day keeps the doctor away.

  1. Robin says:

    Yes, sometimes they do. Beautiful iceberg. 🙂

  2. sometimes they do–but I like your words–I am getting less wordy lately too

  3. lisaspiral says:

    I’m enjoying the photos. It’s a nice way to “stay in touch” without the pressures of finding something to say.

  4. Elisa says:

    That must be a ‘weird’ sight to see in June IF one’s temperatures are near to 80!

  5. I’m so glad I don’t wear dentures – they’d be on the floor. When I first looked at the photo I thought it was a huge lily pad. My oh my.

  6. msmcword says:

    Sometimes photos do say more than words can. And your photos are just as beautiful as your words.

  7. Ally Bean says:

    I have thought about doing the same thing, but then I remember that I’m a word person and that if I tried to restrict myself just to images I’d go mad. That being said, I wish you the best with this change– and that I’ll be watching from afar to see how long you stick to it! 😉

    [Lovely to see you back, btw.]

  8. Carol says:

    The constant in life is, I think, change. We evolve, we change, we go in many directions depending on where our sense of comfort is in that time. Contact is good, and contact can come in many forms. Follow your heart. Be happy.

  9. Heather says:

    I understand the urge to be connected without sharing so many words. I’ve felt much more connected to my brief photo sharing on FB than I have about blogging. It’s something in the air, methinks 😉
    Anyway, would love to see your daily (or whatever) photo offerings!

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  11. Kathy – Temporary or permanent, I love your new direction! 🙂

  12. Stacy says:

    Personally, I’m a word junkie. But I’ll stop by for photos if that’s all you’re inclined to share right now. xo

  13. Bonnie says:

    Your picture looks like there are ballet dancers all in white,dancing on a lily pad. Very neat. I will be anxious to visit whatever you have to offer my friend. 🙂

  14. Interesting photo of the ice. Hard for me to imagine how cold the water must be even in the summer months.

  15. dorannrule says:

    Your photo looks so serene and if I look quickly I see swans in the ice formations. Lovely. 🙂

  16. Looks very cold! I do hope all the ice is finally melted by now!

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