Black and White

I've always been drawn to black and white photography. When I was learning film photography in high school, I was always compelled to order black and white supplies because I loved contrast and the sharp, inky look. While I love a good, bold color palette, some photos just scream for a striking black and white print. This collection also encompasses monochrome photos with colorized blacks, like the cooler, silvery tones of a winter picture, or the warmer, antique look of a shot treated with sepia tones.

Seagull Layover - Door County Art Photo Print
A colony of seagulls assembles on the North Pierhead Lighthouse looking over Lake Michigan at the Sturgeon Bay shipping canal, at the base of Wisconsin's picturesque Door County peninsula.
Harbor At Sundown - Door County Wisconsin Art Photography Print
The setting sun casts a shadowed light over the famous international directional sign at Egg Harbor Marina in Wisconsin's picturesque Door County peninsula.
Wequiock Walls Of Ice - Green Bay Wisconsin Art Photography Print

The gorgeous craggy walls of the Niagara Escarpment at Wequiock Falls near Green Bay, Wisconsin, are stored away during the winter months behind towering walls of ice and snow.

The Frost Across - Minnesota Art Photography Print

The path across the swinging bridge at Jay Cooke State Park is crunchy underfoot as a new blanket of snow makes the shores and forest surrounding the St. Louis River white and frosty.

Shadows Through The Gazebo - Duluth Minnesota Art Photography Print

The sun filters through the splendid gazebo at the Rose Garden in Duluth Minnesota.

Lonely Evening At Vulcan Park - Appleton Wisconsin Art Photo Print
Street lights cast a lonely shadow over an empty park bench overlooking the Fox River at Vulcan Heritage Park in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Lightspeed Through The Lift Bridge - Duluth Minnesota Art Photography Print

Bridge in streaks of light. Duluth, Minnesota's famous landmark, the anchor of the Canal Park district, is lit up on an early spring evening as tourists flock to nearby hotspots.

Pillars Of The Community - Minnesota Art Photography Print

Rustic shoulders of stone and concrete bear the weight of the swinging bridge at Jay Cooke State Park near Cloquet, Minnesota. This photo was taken on a cool, foggy March afternoon in 2012. The bridge was badly damaged by historic flooding in the area a few months later.

Old Man In Canal Park - Duluth Minnesota Art Photography Print

A statue of an old fisherman on a foggy spring afternoon in Canal Park, near Lake Superior, in Duluth, Minnesota.

Jensen's Road - Door County Art Photo Print

Famed Danish landscape designer Jens Jensen, who later in life settled in nearby Ellison Bay, designed this captivating stretch of road. As Highway 42 nears its end at the Northport Car Ferry Terminal on Lake Michigan, the road twists and turns through the trees. This was taken in October 2012.

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