It’s spring and these baby bunnies were discovered in their nest!
Taylor Knibbs of Verona, IL sends us this gorgeous sunset shot from Verona IL.
Photo courtesy of Taylor Knibbs, Verona, IL
This Lunar Eclipse/Blood Moon sequence was taken from St. Cloud, MN by Matthew Cumberland.
Matthew said he didn’t have a tripod for this but that it turned out all right. I would say so!!
Photo courtesy of Matthew Cumberland, St. Cloud, MN
From Third Lake comes this gorgeous shot from Nicole Esperson. Remarkable colors light up the sky and color the lake.
Photo courtesy of Nicole Esperson, Third Lake, IL
John Piepenbrok reminds us it’s tornado season with this shot taken by his Great Uncle in the Lisle, Illinois area after the devastating March 28, 1920 Palm Sunday tornado outbreak over the Midwest and Deep South. This photo shows the storm damage in the Lisle area. The storm produced 37 tornadoes which left 380 dead and 1,215 injured. Elgin and Melrose Park were hard hit in this area with 10 fatalities in Melrose Park. Tornado watches were still more than 30 years away and the only weather information which was available at the time were forecasts in the newspapers from the day before.
Photo courtesy of John Piepenbrok
Moe Baly says she missed Tuesday’s Blood Moon and lunar eclipse but that the same moon was shimmering across the little lake near her home in Mundelein–and what a beautiful shot it makes, Moe! Thanks for sharing this with us!
Photo courtesy of Moe Baly, Mundelein, IL
Bill Eggleston wasn’t going to let Tuesday’s snow stop him. It is, after all, SPRING and he was going to cut his grass–come what may! Now that’s tenacity! Congratulations Bill.
Photo courtesy of Bill Eggleston
John Kleeman reads much into this stop sign to which Tuesday’s snow was adhering. John says there’s a message here and that hope springs eternal!
Photo courtesy of John Kleeman, North suburbs
From Michigan’s Upper Peninsula–hit by the season’s latest snowstorm–comes this shot from Annie Brezek. This is her snow-covered deck which she says she cleaned twice before heading off to bed in Iron County, MI.
Now that’s quite a snow, Annie!!
Photo courtesy of Annie Brezek, Iron County, Michigan