ERNEST HEMINGINGWAY IN KETCHUM
"FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS"
Ernest Hemingway died in Ketchum, Idaho, of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 61. He is buried in the Ketchum Cemetery along with his fourth wife Mary, his son Jack, his niece Margot, and some of his hunting buddies. Hemingway was born in Illinois and spent time in Michigan as a young man. He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954. Nobel Prize Speech
COVID CHRISTMAS AT ALGONAC STATE PARK
"I saw three ships come sailing in
On Christmas Day, on Christmas day
I saw three ships come sailing in
On Chirstmas Day in the morning"
HARBOR BEACH TO PORT AUSTIN - JANUARY BIRDS
ALMOST AN ADULT - STILL A LITTLE BLACK ON THE HEAD
BACK TO WINTER-WHITE - JANUARY 26, 2021
NOISY TUNDRA SWANS OVERHEAD
CANADA GEESE HEADING FOR THE LAKE
TO PORT AUSTIN HARBOR - JANUARY BIRDS
"AND SINCE WE'VE NO PLACE TO GO
LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW!"
JANUARY 30, 2021 - GLORIA'S BIRTHDAY
MORNING SUN AND SHADOW ON WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN HER 98TH BIRTHDAY....
WHILE THE WANING FULL "WOLF MOON" SETS IN THE WEST.
FIRST SNOWY OWL OF THE YEAR/SEASON,
SEEN ON THE WAY TO THE CEMETERY!
N.B. NOT THE FIRST TIME UNUSUAL BIRDS HAVE BEEN SPOTTED ON DATES CONNECTED WITH MY MOTHER AND HER PASSING!
MY CALENDAR - "MONET AT SEA" - FEBRUARY
"THE CLIFF AT DIEPPE" (1882)
"It is easy to imagine Monet's sense of awe when he set his easel on a neighboring cliff to capture this dizzying view of the magnificent Normandy coast. As if to remind us how small the human being is in relation to nature's wondrous works, Monet figures the painting with people in mere gestures of calligraphic brush strokes, on the grassy cliff and on the shadowy beach below."
"OUT, OUT, BRIEF CANDLE,
LIFE'S BUT A WALKING SHADOW...."
"TREE TRIMMER" AT WORK - ROBERTS RD.
(from the window - 2/10/21)
(two deer seen in "Game Area" / then on the road)
SCREECH OWL AT DARK
NEST BOX (front lawn) - 2/12/21
(Day 1 of the Great Backyard Bird Count)
"GIVE ME SHELTER!"
SOME OF THE COLDEST WEATHER OF
THE WINTER - BELOW-ZERO READINGS!
(photo taken through front window)
A SECOND APPEARANCE FEBRUARY 19, 2021
5:00 P.M. (through front window)
(edited version resembles artwork)
IN SEARCH OF THE SNOWY OWL
(February 20, 2021 - drove 55+ miles before dark on favorite paved "snowy owl roads." Located one "Snowy"
on Atwater Rd. at sundown**)
A REAL "EARLY BIRD"
FIRST ROBIN OF THE YEAR
FEBRUARY 23, 2021 - 1:00 P.M.
SAND BEACH TOWNSHIP
(Front page - THE MINDEN CITY HERALD - February 25, 2021)