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!
Manage your steps carefully, as you move forward between tall canyon walls, following the light on a path back to the outside world. On the way, you could also visit my shops at Society 6 and Pixels for some cool merchandise.
Thanks for stopping by!
Prints available. This photograph of Union Street Station in Chicago, Illinois was taken from an upper balcony in the great room during a period of extensive renovation. It’s possible that a print on a wall in your home may be just what you’re looking for…so, look no further.
Prints available. After hiking down the creek-bed from Laurel Falls, this was the final small waterfall below Laurel Creek joins Richland Creek. I hope you enjoy my photography – thanks for visiting!
Prints available. Water from Paine Creek races down the gorge, between and over boulders, flowing beyond the Laurel-Snow Trail until finally connecting with Richland Creek. Located on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee.
It’s That Simple
These colorful mixed media artworks were one of my creative experiments which came together nicely. Based on an abstract expressionist style loosely resembling that of Jackson Pollock, each piece of digital art is a collage of several layers blended together.
I hope you find something you like to purchase for your home or office.