Easter Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 2012. Muskego, Wisconsin
The gentleman who constructed this cross and the cross in the Easter Sunday photograph has since passed away. His wife asked me to make photographs for her.
I made this photograph the old fashion way, with film and then printed it in my darkroom. I then scanned the photograph and added the text in Photoshop.
The power of the falls reminded me of the even greater power of God.
While my wife and I were admiring the view at one of the many spectacular overlooks, we happened upon a college professor explaining to a student how it took a little water millions of years for all of this erosion to occur. They never considered the possibility of a lot of water over a short period of time causing all that erosion. Read The Bible. The answer is in there.
I "painted" the formations with a flashlight for this night scene.
A rough day on Lake Michigan reminded me of a line from a favorite hymn. Kenosha, Wisconsin.
I photographed this tern while I was fishing on Big Muskego Lake. Muskego, Wisconsin.
This often photographed lighthouse is located on the Minnesota shore of Lake Superior.
Necedah National Wildlife Refuge