Here’s one of the images I made up on Lake Superior from my most recent trip.
This location is about 10 hours from the city of Chicago and extremely quiet; The only sounds are the crashing of waves, the creaking of tree branches, and the subtle slipping of earthy clay underfoot as it gives way to erosion, a process exacerbated by climate change.
From time to time as trees plunge into the lake as their roots finally let go of the land, and plummet into Lake Superior , they make a sound unlike anything I’ve quite heard before.
This land literally changes moment by moment. By the time I’m up there next time this landscape will look completely different.
When you purchase one of these prints you get a little moment of wild beauty, pure wilderness, and a reminder of our connection to the great wild spaces and the solace of solitude they offer amidst the hue and cry of every day life and work.
We must do what we can to protect these beautiful places. At the same time they remind us to attend gently into our own hearts and minds with quiet compassion and care.
Prints are available of this image in a flash sale for $100 each in support my ongoing work investigating the place of human beings as part of the web of inter-existence of all things, and about the cycles of life from birth to death.
Send me an email or call to purchase your print now.
Deadline for this flash sale for this piece is Sunday, October 7.
All prints will be handmade on archival fiber 8×10 paper. Image size is 5 x 5.