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Letters from Chris: Brick on Water

March 22, 2009


As the days lengthen, the denizens of Torch Lake are out and about practicing a little Artism. More of ’em every day. Thomasina Sawyer is delighted. Chris Szejbach writes: Went to the day park to see the ice on the lake.  More days like this and it will be gone soon. I called this “brick […]

Letters from Donna Lane: Traverse Area Camera Club

March 12, 2009


Donna Lane has been going to the Traverse Area Camera Club, and invites you to a special program. The Traverse Area Camera Club has asked us to share with others the fact that the internationally known photographer, John Paul Caponigro, is coming to Traverse City for a one-day lecture on April 25, 2009.

Babs documents cultural sea change as Barbie turns 50

March 3, 2009


Always on the cutting edge of art and culture, Babs Young explores Barbie’s thoughts on turning 50. She followed the icon to the Charlevoix harbor, where she captured this reflective moment.  Is Barbie on the lam?  Has she wearied of her longtime romance with a younger man?  Is she yearning for security or for new adventures?  […]

Letters from Katherine: Orange a la gull.

March 3, 2009


Katherine writes:  Gerry this may be too late for the photo that tells a story but I was out on the ice walking the dog and I happened across an orange. No idea where it came from or how it got there but I love the bird tracks around it. You could almost hear what […]

Three Winter Tales

March 1, 2009


Saturday was the kind of winter day that makes me glad to live here in spite of everything.  After struggling with Scott Thomas’s assignment (a photo that would tell a story), I found three.        Hills overlooking mountains below My sister Mary, who lives in Utah, sends me stunning pictures of the mountains in her back yard.  […]

Show me a story over a cinnamon roll . . .

February 25, 2009


Sonny’s is set to reopen next week. Chris and Sonny will be the people swanning about wearing suntans and relaxed expressions. I will be the pale creature tottering in the door at daybreak, gazing hopefully at the case where the cinnamon rolls reside in season.  Show me a story and I’ll share my cinnamon roll […]