The Mackinac Bridge

The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere, with a total length of 26,372 feet. Spanning the Straits of Mackinac from St. Ignace to Mackinaw City, it connects Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas and opened for traffic in 1957.

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Bridge Over Icy Waters

I took this photograph several years ago while it was snowing in Michigan. Specifically, this is a branch of the Huron River, as seen from Island Drive in Ann Arbor. Prints available through Pixels and ArtFlakes. Thanks for stopping by!

Rustic Cabin At Cades Cove

Prints available. I shot this photograph of a vintage cabin at Cades Cove, near Townsend, Tennessee, on a chilly winter morning before the frost had melted. Brrr…

Haunted House

In this haunted house, there are two sets of stairways but no exit. Yes, pretty scary. But fear not, as my shops at Redbubble, Society 6 and Fine Art America offer an escape into merchandise available for your amusement. Make sure to visit, if you can find your way out of this labyrinth 👻

Vintage Film Negative

Prints available. This film negative was shot in the mid-1990’s and features a railroad trestle spanning across the Dead River ravine, north of Marquette, in the upper peninsula of Michigan. Thanks for stopping by!

Mysterious Mountain Spheres

Cresting the top edge of the mountain, I could see four large silver spheres aligned into the distance, embedded within a jagged rock surface. It was a nice day and I had plenty of time to…promote the sale of my digital artwork by suggesting you visit my shops at Pixels, ArtFlakes and/or ArtPal. There, you’ll discover some really cool stuff. Thanks!

Neo Classical Architecture

Prints available. This gritty photograph of neo-classical architecture features the front facade of Angell Hall, a building located on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Several print types to select. Hope to see you soon!

Vintage Videos Abstract

Vintage, yes, but it wasn’t really that long ago when VCR video cassette tapes were a common fixture in everyday home entertainment. Though one shouldn’t expect a return of this older technology, you may nevertheless enjoy this graphic artwork on a wall in your home, dormitory or office. If so, visit my gallery to see more. Thanks!

Morning Fog On Emory River

Prints available. High water on Emory River races around the bend and into a sunlit bank of lingering morning fog, at the base of an intact century-old structural support, from a railroad trestle. Photograph taken at Nemo Rapids, in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee.