I grew up a mere 30 minutes away from the largest state park in Michigan, which gave me the privilege to hike as much as I wanted, whenever I wanted. As I hiked, my constant companion was my camera and, from the lowest valleys to the highest peaks, the face of the forest changes from day to day and month to month. This album shows a variety of locations in the park, at any number of times of the year.
A series featuring the magnificent architecture that can be found in even the most unlikely places. From soaring ceilings, to beautiful glass work, to small details often overlooked, here you find shots of whatever caught my eye, here you see what I saw.
During the winter I would take lengthy hikes through the 300+in of snow that the Upper Peninsula received each year. Due to living near the Keweenaw Peninsula there were often magnificent rock formations that, in the winter, yielded amazing ice formations.