Low-Key Peonies at The Arb

Peonies at Nichols Arboretum Every spring the Nichols Arboretum Peony garden bursts into bloom. Over the years, I’ve gone to this…

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The High Rollways on the Manistee River

March 25, 2017 Around Up North 0 Comments

Considered Michigan’s answer to Arizona’s famous Horseshoe Bend, the High Rollways above the Manistee river is one of Northern Michigan’s hidden treasures.

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Exploring the Thumb – Part 2

October 6, 2016 Blog 0 Comments
On to the tip of the Thumb After a wet and dreary morning of exploring the outback of Michigan's Thumb area... Continue reading →

Exploring the Thumb – Part 1

October 2, 2016 Abandonscape 3 Comments
What's the Thumb? If you live in Michigan, then you are familiar with state's depiction as a "Mitten".  When you ask... Continue reading →

Mandatory Fun Day ’15

March 30, 2016 Events, Fall 0 Comments

I work at a small-ish web development company called Human Element. Every summer we take a day off to just sit…

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Playing with the GoPro

September 16, 2015 Equipment 0 Comments

The mist in our fields looked very cool this morning. So I set up the camera to do a time lapse…

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The Law Quad’s Legal Gargoyles

Kara and I attended a local meetup/photowalk in Ann Arbor. It was fun to meet some other local photographers and discuss... Continue reading →

Train, lines and the golden glow

Mornings, on the way to work, sometimes I stop by the Huron River as it makes it’s way into Ann Arbor….

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Remember to Look Up

Nothing burns like cold. After less than a half hour out at Barton Dam we couldn’t feel our fingers and what…

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Frozen in Time

March 10, 2014 Ann Arbor, Winter 0 Comments

Barton Dam is probably the most photogenic of all of Ann Arbor’s dams, but it really puts on a show in…

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