Friday night we went to the Lansing Art Gallery to see the Art Scholarship Alert Exhibit. Sarah won an award for her portfolio. Before the awards ceremony, I stepped outside to look around. The light looked really good on some of the buildings, so I snapped a few photos.
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Early last week as I walked past the Capitol, I noticed this little squirrel with a white tail. It was unusual, so I had to stop and take a photo.
Seeing this little guy reminded me that several years ago, there were some white squirrels a few miles from our house. They were even more unusual, but I was never able to get a picture of them.
Red Cedar River
One of my favorite spots in Williamston is the Red Cedar River. I have taken quite a few photos there over the years. It is especially interesting in the winter. Because of the rapids, the water keeps moving, but as it splashes, the water freezes in interesting shapes.
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I have been admiring the outdoor art in downtown Lansing for a few weeks now. Today, I decided to take some pictures. The first photo is a print on the side of Impression 5 Children's Museum. The others are from Sculptures in the Park, an exhibit by the Lansing Art Gallery.
As I walked around Downtown Lansing today, I took some time to look up at some of the buildings. Most of us walk past scenes like this every day and fail to notice the amazing detail and craftsmanship.
This is my photo blog. I hope you enjoy the pictures.