Category Archives: Fine Art Photography

Cincinnati, In Spite of the Storm

Downtown Cincinnati Light Trails Long Exposure

This past Thursday I visited Cincinnati, on my way to a retreat weekend in Kentucky (non-photography related). I knew before I arrived there were storms predicted. I was hoping some of my good weather karma would kick in and they would blow over (no such luck, as you will read in a moment). The purpose […]

Detroit Metropolitan Building Before / After

With the slew of renovations happening in downtown Detroit, it was only a matter of time before I would have before/after images to share of one of its buildings. In this case, this one is a before/after of the Metropolitan Building located on John R just south of Broadway St. The building was renovated and […]

Pere Marquette 1225 Steam Locomotive 2018 Faves

For those of you who are not in the know, here in Michigan we have a real-live steam locomotive that runs during the holiday season. Owned and operated by the Steam Railroading Institute in Owosso, MI, it is that steam locomotive, you know, the one featured in the The Polar Express movie. This is my […]

Simplicity in Imagery

There is something to be said for purposely photographing a scene that you know will be simple. In this case, it was capturing fog at the Meijers Gardens in Grand Rapids, MI. More specifically, within the Japanese Gardens. Japanese art already revolves around simplicity and the beauty in it, so it seemed doubly appropriate to […]

The Detroit Club – Detroit’s Oldest Private Club Gets Renovated

Photographing the Detroit Club has been on my Detroit building wishlist for a long time, as it was long ago when I first seen it from the People Mover (there is a station right across from the building) and my curiosity was piqued. The Detroit Club was built in 1891 and is the oldest private […]