It’s often said that a person can never go home again; that is, everything changes with time. Memories fade, often becoming embellished and romanticized, and the environment from which recollections stem are also altered. Yet, with a refined sense of appreciation – and, at just the right moment – magic can happen.
This was my experience upon returning to the shores of Lake Superior, the place of my childhood, as seen here – outside the city of Marquette, in Michigan’s upper peninsula, along the beach near Little Presque Isle.
The dynamism of a shoreline governed by powerful forces of nature – i.e., Lake Superior – provided a compelling, beautiful visual and spiritual experience, beyond my reminiscence. A great day, indeed!
Vintage summer photograph of a seagull resting on a rock, in Lake Superior – Marquette, Michigan. Prints available.
Stylized vintage photograph from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, featuring a Great Lakes freighter in Lake Superior being loaded at the iron ore dock located on Presque Isle. See more.
Enjoy this photograph of islands in Lake Superior, as seen from an upper peninsula beach in Marquette, MI. See prints available.
Storm clouds on the horizon and white caps rolling into shore are featured in this vintage, sepia tone photograph of Lake Superior – taken at Presque Isle, in Michigan’s upper peninsula near Marquette. See more.
Sunrise through cloud cover over Lake Superior. Photographed from the harbor break wall in the upper peninsula city of Marquette, Michigan. See more.
Photographic collage of a rocky shoreline on Lake Superior with sunset and vintage framing effects. Available on a poster at Zazzle.
Vintage graphic design of nature through photography, as a late afternoon sun reflects across the glistening waters of Lake Superior, on a bay in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. See more.
This photograph of Lake Superior was taken in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, highlighted with a digital watercolor frame effect. See more.
This grunge-style, vintage photograph captures waves on Lake Superior rolling into shore, crashing against islands and rocks in shallow waters. I’ve added it to my gallery at Pixels – if you’d be interested in a print, then stop by for a visit.
The sea was angry that day, my friends – like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli.George Costanza
Ever changing sands and stones along the shores of Lake Superior, shaped by unpredictable waves of white water, welcome both the tourist and beachcomber to absorb the beauty of Michigan’s upper peninsula.
I’ve added this vintage image to my gallery at Pixels.
Stop by for a visit, sometime.
Enjoy my digital rendition of a lighthouse at the end on a rocky pier. Based on a Lake Superior photograph taken at Marquette, in Michigan’s upper peninsula. Guests are invited to visit my galleries at Redbubble and Pixels to see more.