This close-up photograph features a stack of older “Rocs”, a midrange driver used in the sport of disc golf. It’s made of DX plastic and is available in weights up to 180 grams. You can see more (gifts, apparel, prints) in these shops: Redbubble, Pixels and ArtPal. Thanks for stopping by!
I’ve always wondered how a sailboat could fit inside a glass bottle, not to mention an entire ocean? This photograph features a vintage round-bottom bottle from my collection, and you can enjoy my collage on a variety of great gifts, prints and apparel in the following shops:
When once we played in fields of green
Grand meadows and summer sun
In Chuck Taylors with torn blue jeans
Climbing trees and having fun
Street hockey on a vacant lot
Sailing frisbees through the air
Building sand castles near the lake
Living life without a care
Now, days are short and time precious
Yet the child inside still plays
Drifting on dreams of yesteryear
To the spring of happy days
Whether to an exotic tropical island with beachfront palm trees and golden sunset glowing across an oceanic horizon, mountain highlands with green hillsides and expansive vistas of distant snowy peaks, or anywhere in between, it’s all about travel and ones sense of adventure. Have a good trip, and discover some cool gifts and apparel in these shops:
Serving as the parks best-known landmark, the Byrd Lake Bridge Dam at the Cumberland Mountain State Park was completed in 1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 3464, forming a 35-acre lake for recreation.
See more – fine prints & other items – in my shops at Pixels and Redbubble.
One of the early lessons I learned as a child growing up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, in the city of Marquette on Lake Superior, was the enormous power of Mother Nature. Though some geographical locations remain relatively unchanged over time, the shorelines of my youth were renewed with each major storm — altering beaches and sandbars, as well as gigantic boulders washing up on to the harbor breakwall.
This vintage photograph highlights the shores of Gitche Gumee to the northwest of Marquette, near Little Presque Isle. If interested, it’s available on a variety of prints and other items in my galleries at Pixels, Redbubble and ArtPal.
Located at the Cumberland Mountain State Park in Tennessee, the Byrd Lake Bridge Dam was built in 1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 3464, creating this waterfall. You’ll have to use your mind to imagine the sound of falling water, but you can certainly use your eyes to enjoy a fine print on a wall at home! So, visit my galleries at Pixels and/or ArtPal to select the perfect accent piece, for yourself or to give as a gift. Thanks very much!
Located at the Cumberland Mountain State Park in Tennessee, the Byrd Lake Bridge Dam was constructed in 1938 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Company 3464, forming a 35-acre lake for recreation. Prints available.
From the Cumberland Mountain State Park, a 1,720-acre park located on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee (formed as a New Deal-era initiative by the Resettlement Administration), this photograph features a view looking through the Byrd Lake Bridge Dam. The light on the ceiling is a reflection off of the lake, and, in the distance, a structure housing the Homestead Harvest Restaurant is visible. If interested, many fine prints are available in my gallery at Pixels.
Rolling with four-wheels on an open road in search of adventure, up and around the bend. As Jerry Garcia noted, “What a long strange trip it’s been”. The next rest area is only one mile away, so why not find a spot to park and have a look at prints and/or other cool items in my gallery.
You can discover many great gift-giving ideas featuring my design, which is based on a free photograph from unsplash.com. You might also enjoy a flashback to Alpine Valley, June 21-22, 1985…