This photograph of an old, rusted railroad bridge spanning the Huron River was taken in Ann Arbor, Michigan. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America…
Enjoy this textural mirror image photography featuring an assortment of vintage bells, chains and rope. Visit my gallery at Redbubble to see a variety of items with this image – apparel, cases & skins, wall art, home decor, bags and stationary.
Many great gift-giving ideas!
This photograph features a vintage anchor with wood and heavy chains, located on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor.
Guests are invited to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to discover a wide assortment of available print types – framed, canvas, poster, metal, wood and acrylic – with customization options, as well.
Enjoy my artistic rendition of an old, rustic cabin missing windows and roofing, exposed to the elements of nature and ravages of time. The view reminds me of peering through a dirt-covered screen, trying to discern more accurately the details of a distant structure. If you’d like to add a print to the walls of your home or office, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of print types.
This morning at 6:20 a.m., I brought my camera along for a ride into the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Stopping at several spots long the way to take photographs – three of which are presented below – the campus at the University of Michigan was quiet.
This interesting gold geometric sphere was constructed within the last few years near the Central Campus Recreation Building (CCRB), located where Washtenaw Avenue turns into Huron Street. I’d estimate it to be approximately 15 feet tall.
Beyond the University of Michigan Dental School, I observed this rustic anchor as I peddled towards South University Avenue. I’m sure that it is quite old, and, at roughly 5 feet long, very heavy – a rather unusual sight, worthy of a picture!
Next, I photographed this scholarly face adorning the gothic architectural buildings comprising the exterior walls of the Law Quad. Located at the intersection of South University Avenue and State Street, the interior area features a peaceful courtyard.
This abstract, textured graphic art features a glowing moon at night casting light on a forest below. If you’re interested in a new picture for a wall in your home, office, lobby, cafeteria, etc., then stop by my gallery at Fine Art America and have a look around. Several prints types are available, including: framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic.
This poster is a digital rendition of a photograph featuring the Neuschwanstein Castle, a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. Size 35″ x 27 1/2″. Available in four different paper types. Enjoy!
This black and white photography features a weathered, rustic stone cottage with handmade shingles. It would make a wonderful addition to an empty wall in your home, office, cafeteria, lobby, etc., or as a gift to family or friends. Guests can visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of available print types.
This photograph of a rustic dock with boats was taken on the Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan. If you’d be interested in a print, several types are available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Stop by for a visit, sometime.
Let the good times roll with this vintage summertime sunshine poster, designed to look like a billboard with peeling paint. Gallery quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks. Custom trimmed with 2″ border for framing. Available in three sizes, with optional framing. Enjoy!
This pickup truck has certainly seen better days, yet retains a classic rustic, vintage appeal. Whether at home or at the office, this old school vehicle would make an excellent adornment! Available in my gallery at Pixels. Enjoy!
This vintage photograph features an old mill house located in the small Tennessee town of Cumberland Gap, a narrow pass through the Appalachian Mountains made famous by Daniel Boone as a gateway to western frontiers. Available on a variety of print types in my gallery at Pixels. Enjoy!