Ghost Town, South Dakota

Ghost Town, South Dakota On my way to Yellowstone National Park, I made a quick stop to see a “ghost” town. I stopped there in 2011 on my way to the Badlands National Park and wanted to get some pictures of the same building I had taken last time to kind do a compare and contrast. We…

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Snorkeling in the Bahamas

Here’s some GoPro footage from my trip to the Bahamas on April 5th, 2014. We took a bus tour around the island, went snorkeling and swam with the sharks. We were supposed to scuba drive with the sharks but due to their scheduling conflicts, we weren’t able to get scuba certified before the excursion started. Oh…

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Traverse City State Hospital

“Beauty is therapy.” That was the phrase of the Traverse City State Hospital in Traverse City, Michigan. It was built and first opened in November 1885. It was first known as the Northern Michigan Asylum. It was then named the Willow Lake State Hospital. It was first ran by Dr. James Ducker Munson. He believed…

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Charlevoix, Michigan

Charlevoix, Michigan I took a trip to Traverse City for some camping and a little sightseeing this week. We drove up to Charlevoix to check out some local shops and visit the area. What a nice little city right on Lake Michigan. The clear blue water almost reminded me of the water in the Bahamas. I…

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Huge Triptych Canvas

Do you have a large empty wall looking for some love? A triptych canvas print can brighten up any space with the right photo. Fill a large space in a room with a stunning triptych canvas print. A triptych spreads a single image across three canvases or showcases a series of related images with stunning…

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Fruitport Old Fashioned Days

[popuppress id=”1150″] I went down to the Fruitport Old Fashioned Days Carnival to get some cool pictures last night 🙂 I’ve been taking pictures of the Ferris Wheel and Fireworks for the last 3-4 years. Ferris Wheels are my favorite ride and one of my favorite subjects to photograph because of the changing colors and rotation…

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Trip to Yellowstone National Park

Friday, May 16th 6:55pm – I’ll be leaving for my Trip to Yellowstone National Park in 10 days. I’ll be stopping at some pretty cool places along the way. I’m so excited. There’s nothing like being up in the mountain with nature. It’s scary being out in the open with buffalo, grizzly bears, cougars and wolves……

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Easter Sunset

I took a drive down to the beach hoping to find something colorful. Since no one hid Easter eggs in the sand, I had to make do with this amazing Easter Sunset 🙂 Thanks to Kevin Craig at FOX 17 for sharing this picture on their page and on the air 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152366077775540

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Nassau Bahamas

Nassau is the capital, largest city, and commercial centre of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Nassau Bahamas has a population of 248,948 (2010 census), 70 percent of the entire population of the Bahamas (353,658). Lynden Pindling International Airport, the major airport for the Bahamas, is located about 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) west of Nassau city centre, and has daily flights to major…

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Paradise Island Lighthouse

Paradise Island Lighthouse (Hog Island) Nassau Harbor The Paradise Island Lighthouse was the first thing I saw when my cruise ship arrived in the Bahamas. There are no roads leading up to this lighthouse and I’m pretty sure the expensive nearby homes are only accessible by boat. I was only able to get this one picture…

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