In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Half and Half.” It was a quiet morning at the marina on Beaver Island. I decided to photograph the morning light and capture the stillness of the water, and its reflections from the lighthouse. This is Lake Michigan on a misty, gray morning in June. As I steppedContinue reading “It’s Quiet on Beaver Island”
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Wooden Boats, Not Just For Vikings.
Artists & photographers who love romantic boating scenes inspire me. Catching the light in a photo or in a painting. Saving a moment in time. — o1o — Tresa Meyer-Clark, Artist North Channel Yacht Club, Anchor Bay, Algonac, Michigan I captured a lot of moments on my IPhone this past summer on the Great Lakes with myContinue reading “Wooden Boats, Not Just For Vikings.”
Artist Perspective: Notice Me!
I read a post yesterday by cartoonist, illustrator, and writer Summer Pierre, titled, “On Value and Being Seen.” She was asked to share her thoughts on how she could skate the inevitable line of doing work for work sake, and doing work to be seen. To which I responded: Thank you for sharing! This writingContinue reading “Artist Perspective: Notice Me!”