Looking back in time, back to shore where I was before, back to my childhood back in Marquette, the largest town in Michigan’s sparsely populated upper peninsula. This break wall separates the powerful and often unpredictable Lake Superior from the now better developed harbor area of downtown. Weathered over the years through storms and time, the periodic discovery of huge boulders moved by waves – tossed up on to the lower level as obstacles for passersby – was not uncommon. Approximately 1/3 of the structure remains unseen, comprised of stacked rocks leading further out into the lake to a lighthouse. Enjoy this framed print.