I recently visited Mead’s Quarry Lake, part of the Ijams Nature Center, a 315-acre park along the Tennessee River in Knoxville, where I hiked various trails for a few hours. One of my favorites was the Ross Marble Quarry Loop, which included the Keyhole. A sign along the trail read: If you take the time […]
This black and white photograph was taken in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the stairwell of a local parking structure. I’ve formatted the print with framing in a style reminiscent of the famous photographer, Ansel Adams. A wide variety of prints are available in my gallery at Fine Art America – including framed, canvas, art, metal, […]
This black and white scene features a photograph of an old, industrial ladder leading up to a set of railroad tracks on a trestle, and is collaged with a second picture of clouds in the sky. If you’re interested in adding a print to a wall in your home or at work, then stop by […]
Which way is up? Good question. Whichever set of stairs you traverse, you’re bound to wind up in the same place within this symmetrical structure of stairs. If you suffer from vertigo, perhaps the elevator would be best. Visit my galleries for more – Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels. Thanks for stopping by!