Some days, amidst the chaos of a mind that is buried in roaring sound and numbing pain, it’s the small moments that bring peace.
Part 2 of a family visit to the William A Irvin in Duluth, MN. This week we go inside for a look at what life on the ship was like.
The William A. Irvin,an amazing bit of our region’s history. A summer day on the Irvin mixed with a couple of curious kids makes for a fun day of exploring.
A brief photo story sharing some photos created one autumn morning. The catch is that I never moved more than ten feet to create the photos.
Life has a way of really chewing us up sometimes. Grinding us down and at those points we face a choice. Either face it head on or let it turn us to dust and scatter us to the wind. Which path we choose is ultimately up to us.
Seeing the world in Black and White can be a difficult thing, especially for an admitted “Color Addict” like myself. Let’s have a look at a few recent photos I made as I spent a little time practicing Black and White photography a couple weekends ago.