We Were Solar-Powered Loads For a Week.

July 16, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

 

Night Skies From Lee's Point
We gave each other nicknames, like Slider, Lunchbox an Zeus, and for 7 magnificent days the 40 plus hour work week was a 
distant memory.
 
This past week our family vacationed in Sutton's Bay, Michigan with my wife's high school buddies, aka "the loads".  We recharged our solar batteries by just hanging out and reconnecting old friendships.  Our children learn more about their parents than either might have wanted as stories from days gone bye passed around the nightly campfire.   We climbed giant sand dunes, watched an eagle soar,  and projected movies on the beach.  I was blessed to capture all of these moments, some even with a camera.   
 
Thanks for the opportunity to be an honorary "load" for a week, let's do it again before your 60.
Sunrise Over Sutton's Bay
Tech NotesCamera-Nikon D800, Lens-Nikon 14-24mm,  Illustrative Effect-Topaz 5 Clarity  
 
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