Enjoy this high contrast black and white photography of an alley in a business district. This image reminds me of a scene from the 1971 movie, Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, staring Gene Wilder, when the character Charlie found the 5th and final “Golden Ticket” and was advised to return to his house immediately. His route home led through a dark alley, where he encountered the foreboding Mr. Slugworth. If you’re not familiar with that movie, never mind!
But, do visit my galleries at Redbubble and Pixels to find this photograph available on a variety of fine items. Thanks for stopping by!
Note: watermark notice shown above will not be printed on purchased items.
Here are some additional photographs which I’ve added to my gallery at Pixels. If you’d like a print for your home or office, you’ll enjoy several options to select from – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic.
Though archeologists have found no evidence of major settlements, it is believed that Cherokee Indians hunted in Cades Cove for hundreds of years before the first Europeans settled in the cove sometime between 1818 and 1821.
As the population of this Tennessee settlement increased, so too did the number and variety of structures, many historic buildings of which remain to the present day – including three churches, a working grist mill, barns and log houses.
Elijah Oliver Place
Traveling along an 11-mile, one-way loop road which circles the cove, visitors have an opportunity to sightsee at a leisurely pace, enjoying scenic views, abundant wildlife and preserved homesteads.
A short 1/2 mile from the road, the Elijah Oliver Place dates back to 1866. Elijah was the son of John and Lucretia Oliver, the cove’s first permanent European settlers, and the homestead includes a dog-trot cabin, a chicken coop, a corn crib, a spring house, and a crude stable.
Here are some photographs I shot while visiting the Elijah Oliver Place –
For prints (and more), visit my gallery at Pixels.
This photograph was taken on top of a parking structure in Ann Arbor, Michigan, near the intersection of Liberty & State streets, next door to campus. Signs for both the Michigan & State theaters are visible among the buildings. Visitors can see more at my gallery through Fine Art America.
Enjoy this grunge-style three dimensional digital artwork featuring a chaotic arrangement of concrete blocks. Visit my gallery at Redbubble to explore different categories of items available print on demand – apparel, cases & skins, wall art, home decor, bags and stationary products.
This black and white photography features a forest setting with large rows of deteriorating, moss-covered concrete slabs aligned in a row. If you’d be interested in seeing more, don’t stumble through the woods hoping to uncover an ancient civilization – stop by my gallery at Fine Art America, instead.
The idea for this design came about yesterday, when I thought I’d experiment with photographs of doors or windows in a layered collage. So, today I visited Pexels and discovered this free photograph (below) by Samuel Wölfl.
Rather than a collage, I instead used this single photograph with Adobe Photoshop to create the featured image, Evening Downtown.
Designed using Bryce and Adobe Photoshop creative software, this digital artwork features an abstract cluster of blue glass-rings being stretched in three dimensional space. I’ve added it to my gallery at Zazzle, where visitors may discover a wide assortment of available items. Check it out…
The battle was over. Humans had prevailed and the marauding aliens from outer space had been defeated. Upon closer inspection, it was revealed that our opponents were some sort of reptilian creatures with scales for skin. Within a matter of only a few weeks, popular boots had been fashioned from this newly discovered material. Little did mankind realize, however, that these scales were alive in a dormant state of suspension – stay tuned…
Now available on interesting iPad cases and iPad skins at Redbubble. Protect your investment in style, until the aliens return!
Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to enjoy this macro photography, featuring three candle holders made of pewter. Many different print-types are available, including: framed (select size, frame, mat, paper & finish), canvas, art, acrylic, wood and metal.
This digital artwork features three dimensional clusters of flattened spheres, each with a reflecting mirrored surface. You can discover many different and interesting products in my gallery at Redbubble.
Enjoy this photograph of a spray-painted alley located in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to find a print to suit your wishes – framed, canvas, art, wood, metal or acrylic.
Switch your style on this cool guitar case any time you want – with interchangeable faces! All printed faces are made in Redondo Beach, CA. Fits most standard size acoustic guitars. Extra-rugged 600D polyester shell. Wide padded backpack straps for extra comfort. Large and small back pockets are perfect for storing music, cables and accessories. Rock on!
This OtterBox Apple iPhone 8/7 phone case is available in Symmetry (featured here), Commuter and Defender styles and is a great way to protect your investment! Also on Samsung and Google models, it has 2 shock absorbing materials molded together for the strongest protection in the slimmest case. And, remember: don’t look down!
Guests are also invited to visit my galleries at Zazzle and Redbubble, where this image can be found on a wide variety of additional items!
This photograph was taken on the campus of the University of Michigan, located in Ann Arbor, and features gothic architecture on buildings in the courtyard at the Law Quad. A variety of prints are available in my gallery at Fine Art America, such as: framed, canvas, art, wood, metal and acrylic. Check it out…
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.
Visit my gallery at Zazzle for a variety of different items featuring these pyramids, such a this mouse pad! Measuring 9 1/4″ by 7 3/4″, it’s a great accessory for the only mouse you want scurrying around your home or office. With non-slip backing and full color printing, it’s durable with a dust and stain resistant cloth cover. Enjoy!