|some of the people on the garden tour|
|Rolls of film to be processed.|
|Twilight Harbor Springs|
On the way up and back, I continued photographing all of the post offices that I encountered on the back roads that we drove. Someday, they will be put together in a book, but it really is one of those long-term projects.
Back in Ann Arbor, I went to drop off a roll of color film to be processed at CameraMall, and finally succumbed to the lure of the Fuji X100S camera. It's another tool, of course, but it's pretty damn nice. I'll do a separate post on it soon. My initial feeling is that Nikon should allow Fuji to design a camera for them. This one has the look and feel of a film camera, and the results are wonderful.
|A new tool, the Fuji X100S|
The next week found Adrienne and I traveling to Luther, MI for the annual Michigan Entomological Society meeting at Rockwell Lake Lodge, which is owned by Hillsdale College. It was a great time to see colleagues and friends, and I was presented with a Honorary Lifetime membership for my 30+ years of service to the Society. I really had no idea that would happen, and I was pretty much speechless when it happened. I have never been so surprised!
So, here it is July 5th, and in another day we are travelling to Marquette for a few days, and I'll report on that trip after we return.
Here are a few shots from the X100S.
|Ludington State Park|
|back stairs, Ludington.|