A lovely Gargoyle

April 29, 2012  •  3 Comments

Gargoyle and Grape Hyacynths My very first blog.........

Friday morning I was up and out the door before sunrise in hopes of catching some of the best lighting conditions nature has to offer. As the sun is coming up it casts lovely shades of pink and orange and already I am captivated. I am a morning person in general and I absolutely love watching the sun come up. Every day is so unique and I look forward to seeing all the variations of a sunrise.

This particular morning I am headed for Pierce Stocking Drive which is partway between Empire and Glen Haven, MI. I am going to be looking for wildflowers, and of course while I am doing so I hope to see some wildlife as well. On my way I have chosen to drive a little bit off the beaten path and I am on a winding road that has a few houses scattered here and there. As I crest the top of the hill I see this lovely Gargoyle surrounded by Grape Hyacyinth and the rising sun is setting it aglow. What a lovely little scene this home has to welcome it's visitors! I had to stop and capture it. I hope you enjoy this little guy.

Helen

HD Shutterwinks Photography

 


Comments

Cindy A. Ratowski(non-registered)
Great Capture Helen and can't wait to see more! Love your work!
Rick Sack(non-registered)
Nice job Helen, you are really getting the hang of web sites
Terry Clark(non-registered)
great image... love gargoyles.... hope you had a great time at SBDNL
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