We're lucky to be a part of their word.
Mario Mankini is a mildly sarcastic French puppet that has his own YouTube channel and just might make your day with his unique sense of humor.
"Splendour" - Natalie wood
"Splendour" is a short script based on the disappearance and suspicious death of Natalie Wood while on her yacht "Splendour."
Early Spring Hiking
One last look at winter
Forget winter for a moment.
Winter has its charm, but a little bit can sometimes go a long way, so why not ignore it for a moment and think about the reward of warmer weather and how nature appreciates the change with its own "Thank You."
Winter has a way of creating things other than frost-bite and blizzards-
You never know what you'll discover along a beach. Nona was my faithful four-legged beach explorer. One time we discovered a turtle that was on its back and had lost most of its color. It could barely move, so i picked her up, and set her close to the waters edge and (Yes, I named the turtle) Shayla began to regain her beautiful subtle turquoise coloring. She eventually wandered into the surf and hopefully made it back home. A few days later we encountered Nuns on the beach. I asked to take their picture and they obliged. They told me they were from Miami and that this was the most beautiful beach they've ever visited. (There's a short video of Nona exploring the beach-click the middle picture on top.)
Commercial for Adobe Spark
(Click on middle pictures to play/open video.)
Flowers have magic.
They are a sensual delight, and have the ability to speak with an invisible, but scented voice that can capture anyone's attention.
*A simple video with music and 3D effects.
The trails of Huron.
All photos by Todd Selleck copyright 2021
There was a town in West Michigan known as Singapore and it was a thriving lumber-town that had it's own currency, but once the trees were depleted 'Singapore' not only burned down, it became a ghost town and was eventually engulfed by the sand dunes. I had always referred to this little lighthouse as Singapore Lighthouse until I found the following information which explains (in great detail) about its history.
Click here for more information about the Lighthouse.
The Lighthouse has a Tugboat that is moored to its deck, but before the Tugboat was docked, it was stuck in mud/muck in the Kalamazoo (Lake) River. It became both a local attraction for people and, Seagulls. The Seagulls used it as a roost and well, let's just say it became covered in "Seagull Paint." (click here for more information about the Tugboat)
A random collection of amusing items.
All photos by: Todd Selleck
(Except for one-see above.)