Sunday, December 17, 2017

A local stroll...

We were at the lighthouse and Santa arrived, solo with another photographer!
Was cool, he had Rosy Red cheeks!

It's been snowing for days, times we go without sunlight for weeks. It's a cold state and it wouldn't be so bad if more light could break through. I live in Port Huron Michigan, right on the boarder of Canada. It's a small town, but it is beautiful in its own way. One of my favorite things about our new city is the beaches, there are tons here that border Lake Huron. One of Michigan's main three bodies of water. The lake life has been fun so far. After the snow finally let up just a little yesterday we hit the roads too see what kind of beauty was out there. I love taking photos, its relaxing and I appreciate all things small. It's the little things for me, that bring me so much joy.
Here are some pictures from my travels around the city, enjoy.

Ft. Gratiot Lighthouse, Port Huron, MI

 The temps drop drastically the closer you get too the water, it was freezing.

My son Caleb

 Wreath's Across America, in the Port Huron Cemetery. We paid our respects too the veterans.

My son

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