Phil Perkins Photography

Category: Structures

  • Glass Insulator

    Glass Insulator

    Enjoy this close-up, still life photograph featuring an interior view of a vintage green-blue glass insulator, commonly used to secure electrical lines. It’s simplicity has appeal and may be suitable as a decorative accent piece on a wall in your home. To see more, you can visit my galleries at Pixels and ArtPal.


  • Neoclassical Architecture

    This wonderful example of Neoclassical architecture was photographed in the Law Quad on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. You can find prints available in my gallery. Thanks for visiting!


  • Vintage Cooking

    Vintage Cooking

    Hey, thanks for stopping by! I’d planned to serve lunch to guests, today, but my new stove is back in the shop and this older model simply won’t suffice…alas. I’ll see what I can do about getting a fire started in the fireplace…

    In the meantime, you can visit my gallery to browse through a variety of prints offered featuring my photography. This old wooden cabin is located at the Grist Mill in Cades Cove, a verdant valley of the Smoky Mountains near Townsend, Tennessee.


  • Vintage Farm Wagon

    Vintage Farm Wagon

    This black and white photograph was taken at the historic John P. Cable Grist Mill, located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee at Cades Cove, a community established by European settlers within a verdant valley, in 1818.

    You can find prints and other items available in my galleries at Pixels and ArtPal.

    Thanks for visiting!


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  • Mysterious Building

    An elaborate configuration in excess of fundamental structural supports, this intricate work in hues of blue with texture may be the work of an architectural madman; the inner chamber of a pyramid; or, perhaps a symmetrical mirror image created using a camera and creative software. Whatever the case, you can view many items featuring this mysterious building when you visit these shops:


  • Winter Bridge

    Winter Bridge

    Enjoy this vintage winter photograph of a snow covered bridge, located on Island Drive along the Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan. You can visit these shops to discover cool gifts and stuff…


  • Turquoise Tunnel of Triangles

    Digital art of distorted spheres configured to reflect a geometric pathway of triangles. Visit these shops for products: Redbubble, Pixels, Zazzle and ArtPal.

    Thanks for stopping by!


  • Rafters in Barn

    This black and white photography features the interior of an old barn located at Cades Cove, an historical settlement in a verdant valley located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. You can visit my gallery for prints. Thanks very much!


  • Found in the Forest

    Found in the Forest

    While hiking the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, Tennessee, morning sunlight crested the high gorge, streaming into the forest upon this historic setting. Over one hundred years ago, the Dayton Coal & Iron Company operated mines in this area, from which industrial vestiges remain. In time, the business closed pursuant to an accident in which many miners perished. Today, voices from the past echo through canyon walls, as conveyed to me by an elderly Park Ranger on site.

    You can find prints and other gifts in the following galleries…


  • Structure at Sea

    Located at sea far from land, a mysterious glowing metallic structure captures the interest of area boaters…but, what is it? For a closer look, you can decide for yourself when you visit my shops to discover many great products:


  • Abstract Glass

    Abstract Glass

    A three dimensional, chaotic cluster of smooth glass shards resembling an abstract star. This digital art has been added to many fine products and can be found in the following galleries:

    Check it out…


  • Old Glass Bottles

    This still life photograph features a collection of colorful vintage glass bottles. It would look great behind a frame on an empty wall in your home, or at the office. You make the call, and be sure to stop by one of my galleries to select the perfect accent piece…


  • Desert Scene

    Desert Scene

    If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like observing a barren desert while standing inside the fossilized jaw of a giant prehistoric dinosaur…perhaps this image will suffice.

    As you imagine yourself enjoying the shade, make sure to check out the following shops for some really cool stuff –


  • New York Glass

    As a child with a hobby of collecting old bottles, this vintage glass was unearthed during the 1970’s while digging near a haunted house in Marquette, Michigan. Photo One is a small bottle from the Napier Chemical Company in New York, and has an air bubble in the glass. Photo Two is a taller bottle from the Black Cat Polish Company in Buffalo, New York, and to this day retains much of its original cork. See more in my gallery.


  • Sea Anomaly

    Sea Anomaly

    What originally appeared from a distance to be coral reef protruding from the sea, resembled, upon closer inspection, some sort of mysterious alien spacecraft! For a closer look, guests are encouraged to visit my shops to discover great gifts, apparel & prints featuring my digital artwork: