Chocolay Willow

Chocolay River Willow with Bridge
The April 30-Day Project–Day 7

After working at Zero Degrees Artist Gallery, Mike and I went for a walk from the Marquette Visitor Center up the beach to the Chocolay. We then walked up river from the mouth. And there “She” was, my willow. I had been looking for the perfect willow shot. The last month or so I’ve watched the willows turn brighter, more yellow, preparing for spring.

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About kimnixon

Upper Peninsula Michigan Artist and Writer

Posted on April 7, 2011, in Creative Every Day 2011, Magic Lands, Memory and Memoir, Photography, River Live, Water Worlds, Woods and Water and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Beautiful! I love willows. And, interestingly, I happened on your blog today. I was born in the Upper PI – outside of Marquette, on KI Sawyer Air Force Base (which is no longer there). Small world!

  2. Hi Aimee,

    The base is still there–just not as a military presence. It is a community called Sawyer and they still use Gwinn schools. Glad you could drop in! I added you as a contact in Flickr :-)

    –Kim

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